I find myself in that small group of people unable to connect to my local Indigo server using Touch.
As the iPhone would not automatically sense it using Bonjour (which seems to be the preferred way), I called Apple. They told me to set up a WiFi network using Airport. It did not go well – my iPhone would now sense the local Indigo server name (an improvement), but be unable to connect (it would try using the Edge network (?) and then say “Timed Out. Connection to Indigo Server failed: Macintosh.local.” After six calls and two hours of circling, Apple gave up and said to call my ISP for a router and then call them back.
Next I tried manually adding the server. I followed the directions on Page 12 of the manual (e.g., getting the number from Filing Sharing), added “:8176” at the end…and again got the timeout error.
Next I tried manually adding the server using my Prism URL. I took this from the Start Local Server dialogue box (e.g., copied the Reflector address starting with https), added “:80” at the end (going by forum topic “4201”)…and this time was told “Secure Connection Failed. Connection to Indigo Server failed: [URL].”
What am I doing wrong?
(Also, is one of these “better” than the others, meaning I should keep that one of the three and delete the other two nonfunctional Indigo Servers from my Touch’s list?)