Running Win 7 (64bit) OS ... until this morning, was able to connect to any of 4 computers that I regularly maintain (remotely). This morning ... icon in system tray reports "no internet access" under GBridge (Network 2). Have latest version 220.127.116.113 ... troubleshooting finds no errors and AVG has rule to allow GBridge full access. Any suggestions?
I am subscribing to comments on a [URL="http://www.gbridge.com/forum/showthread.php?t=328"]thread[/URL] I started, and have gotten a number of off topic, disconnected, comments that seem to be spam from user ridget, who averages 645 messages per day.
I posted a message last week regarding sharing a SQL Server instance via the gBridge VPN, but to date have not had a reply. Would you please have someone respond as this has become an urgent issue for us.
Regarding my Post "My computers don't see each other" :
1. I'm unable to create an "US" Gmail account : if I try to establish it using [url]www.google.com[/url] then the (english) setup dialog lists my location as Germany and even if I change it to United States then whatever I set up there is different from your testgbridge account. Once I'm forwarded from the setup dialogs to [url]http://mail.google.com/gmail[/url], I get a notifier in german ("GMail is called Google Mail in Germany, go to [url]http://mail.google.com[/url] to access your email acount).
Using that link,I get an english frontend and all the stuff, but the problem with my two computers not seeing each other persists -> I'm pretty sure the account "type" is based on the location of my IP-address.
2. Support for "foreign" countries
At this early state of your application/business, I imagine europe won't be a top item on your list. I don't know how hard it will be to avoid the pitfalls and issues arising from "foreign" google talk implementations / servers / whatever. I'm not in the position to question your decision to use google talk, I'm just interested : why are you using google talk ? Is it just user identification / authentication or do they provide the API for data communication & transfer ?
Anyway - I'd be glad if you support "foreign" countries from the get go (I've been living as a "residential alien" in North Carolina for three years - so I'm not really foreign to the US).
I'm happy to help as gbridge looks very promising. I'm not sure what your business model is - I guess you may offer some "gbridge deluxe" as a value added service one day and I wish you all the best luck for that.