I’m not sure what the new Dual HDMI has to do with remote access, but I can answer your question about remote access not working with Tablo Ripper. Tablo Ripper requests a connection to your Tablo that’s refused unless both devices are on the same LAN.
I’m sure some enterprising individuals have tried implementing a VPN for remote access. Perhaps that’s what you should pursue? It wasn’t a problem for me since my use case was exporting shows to Plex (which you can watch anywhere on any device).
The Dual HDMI Tablo doesn’t seem to allow remote access. You can’t use the web app and they do state it was not made to be a remote device. Yet it must have some way of being accessed remotely. My Roku has access to it using the Tablo app. All this is being said I’m talking only about my local home network.
My old Tablo Dual Lite had no issues and I could access from remote places and of course my home network. The Dual HDMI is not the same animal.
Yep just a in home network access doesn’t work with it. So my ripper can’t access or see it. Not sure why. Even the Tablo Web app doesn’t work in my house on my PC I can not gain access and they say the Web app won’t work with it.
Yeah I did try that , it timed out on me. I’m thinking I have missed something here. My Dual Lite Tablo had no issues with the Ripper. With the Dual HDMI there may have a way , but I have not figured it out yet if it does.
OK it works now. I have no idea why , but I went back and tried 2 times to input the IP only to watch it fail. I rebooted my PC ( for other issues ) and went back to try again. Third time was the charm. It works just fine and the Ripper is back on line. Why it didn’t work the first few tries I have no idea. It does however work now. It can’t search and find it , but IP input does work. Being stubborn does pay off sometimes. Thank you all for the replies and help.
Although there is a newer version… there’s no dates. There may be some misunderstanding the next higher may be testing or beta version. A user would want the stable version… final build. Not knowing there was anything needing fixed.
Yes, conventional logic would take the highest version, but “final/stable” could be misleading for some.
Sorry for the confusion. At the time I wanted to be really clear that there’s no new development. But then I took an educated guess at fixing a TLS connection problem created by a Tablo upgrade, and voila, a new “final” version was born. This time it’s really done.
Actually I quoted the wrong post… moving it to your Tablo Ripper thread -
It appeared they got the “wrong” version. I wondered why, then looked at the page… I would have gotten the highest version - but the one does say “Final/Stable” and some users may figure that’s what they want.
I put in the static IP but it still shows no Tablo Recordings after initializing. I have tried both WiFi and LAN connections. Installation work fine. The Tablo does not appear on the dropdown list. It appears the Tablo Dual HDMI is piece of junk.