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Stoker - Monitor from work

BoneDaddy'sBoneDaddy's Posts: 256
edited 12:59AM in EggHead Forum
So now that I have my Stoker working I was curious on how one monitors the cook via thier work pc? Can I view/change things from a remote location?
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  • By chance are you using a LinkSys router?

    If so email your email address to me and I will forward some information.

  • I am using a Netgear WGR614
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  • I have enough knowledge on this type stuff to make me dangerious.

    The jest of the information I had received is to set the router to allow the Stoker port (80) to be opened over the net.

    It looks like port 80 is assigned to a specific ip address. For example in linksys I would assign the Application Stoker which used port 80 to specific ip address something like

    Hope this helps you some.

  • So i now have port 80 set to my stoker ip...what next?
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  • I'm using Linksys and could use some help. My email is my screen name at gmail dot com

  • Sent - check your email.

  • In the linksys what was done was take the application 'stoker' which was is port 80. Then set port 80 for broadcasting outside of your local network.

    From your post it sounds like you possibly ported back to the stoker ip address.

    I have not done this yet as of yet but I think I know how to do it on the linksys.

    As stated in my above post from your work browser screen you would just type in the ip address

  • You need to find out your routers IP address. Then with port forwarding to your stoker IP, you type in your routers IP from work and it should forward the request to your stoker. Some workplaces block this sort of thing though.

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