How to use Capture Pilot on Guest/Client Network

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How to use Capture Pilot on Guest/Client Network

Postby NNN636811910665632821 » Fri Apr 26, 2019 6:49 pm

I often shoot at a client's site - is there an easy way to jump onto the client's network (I usually already have a login) and start using Capture Pilot? I've tried connecting both my iphone and laptop to the client's network but haven't been able to get it to work. Thanks

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Re: How to use Capture Pilot on Guest/Client Network

Postby Frank Leonard » Mon May 06, 2019 10:45 am

There are no special tricks you can pull from either Capture Pilot or Capture One if the connection is consistently not established. The most likely cause is that a network setting blocks the server. You e.g. could check with your client if the port used by the Capture Pilot Server is blocked. The port number is indicated in Capture One's Capture Pilot tool in the Mobile tab when the server is running.
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