On Mon, 20 Sep 2010 19:58:16 +0200 (CEST)
Julien Claassen wrote:
> Hello David!
It is my understanding that jack_netsource isn't used in a jack2 setup.
Regarding addressing, according to the docs 
If you need, for particulary[sic] reasons to set another Multicast
address or UDP Port, you can use :
jack_load netmanager -i "-a xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx -p port"
... and on the client, use the same address and port with the
-a and -p parameters
jackd -dnet -h
-a, --multicast_ip Multicast Address (default: 220.127.116.11)
-p, --udp_net_port UDP port (default: 19000)
> But my server has a completely different adress and I want to work
I'd be extremely interested in WAN performance. Like I said, if my
setup has any concurrent traffic, I get serious xruns. I'm not sure
netjack will work very efficiently over a WAN.
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