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    Is there any type of Web UI for a newsreader? Like what uTorrent has where you just go onto the internet type in your IP address and you can tell your PC to download something. I am looking for this for when I am at school or somewhere and have the urge to start downloading Just wondering if there is a newsreader that has a webUI or some sort of addon?

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    I don't thinks so, torrentguy. Anywayz, when you're at school, you should be learning .



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    Quote Originally Posted by torrentguy View Post
    Is there any type of Web UI for a newsreader? Like what uTorrent has where you just go onto the internet type in your IP address and you can tell your PC to download something. I am looking for this for when I am at school or somewhere and have the urge to start downloading Just wondering if there is a newsreader that has a webUI or some sort of addon?
    Autounpack has a feature where you can send NZB files to a mail account, then it will download and place the file in a folder. Both Newsbin and Alt.Binz autograbs NZB's from a specified folder.

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    I got a reply on another forum. Sabnzbd does what I want but I can't get it to work when I enter http://myip:port/sabnzbd
    my ip = 82.18.xx.xx
    It only works when I type http://127.0.0.1:port/sabnzbd

    How do I change it so it works when I enter http://myip:port/sabnzbd ?

    Theres a host box in the config section with 127.0.0.1 in it but i dunno what to put there (tried my ip address)
    Last edited by torrentguy; 03-10-2007 at 01:18 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by torrentguy View Post
    I got a reply on another forum. Sabnzbd does what I want but I can't get it to work when I enter http://myip:port/sabnzbd
    my ip = 82.18.xx.xx
    It only works when I type http://127.0.0.1:port/sabnzbd

    How do I change it so it works when I enter http://myip:port/sabnzbd ?
    Maybe you have to open some ports (incoming) on your router (if you have one)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MultiForce View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by torrentguy View Post
    I got a reply on another forum. Sabnzbd does what I want but I can't get it to work when I enter http://myip:port/sabnzbd
    my ip = 82.18.xx.xx
    It only works when I type http://127.0.0.1:port/sabnzbd

    How do I change it so it works when I enter http://myip:port/sabnzbd ?
    Maybe you have to open some ports (incoming) on your router (if you have one)?
    I opened the port i setup sabnzbd to use but it still wont work, maybe im not entering the right thing in the host box in the config section? says 127.0.0.1 at the moment (my ip address didnt work when i entered it). Strange, the utorrent web ui works fine.

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    someone on another forum posted this:
    By default, webaccess is only allowed from localhost. If you want to be able to access it from outside, you have to change the listen ip to the external ip of your network card.

    And don't forget to set username and password, in order to keep a decent security level
    How do I get the external IP of my network card?

    nvm I got it working! I put 0.0.0.0 as the host in the sabnzbd config file and now it works.
    Last edited by torrentguy; 03-10-2007 at 11:54 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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