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  • Sync with multiple Servers!

    I read this in the manual:

    "TargetIP1=<dotted IP Address>
    Specify the IP address of the first server

    Addresses for TargetIP2..TargetIP10 can also be specified. Each will be tried in turn until a successful synchronization is achieved. This allows you to sync with one or more IP addresses depending upon your location."

    I wonder if it is possible to sync with more than one server.
    E.g. I have my videos on my MediaPC and my music on my laptop.

    The way I would like it to work is: Check IP1, sync IP1, proceed to IP.. Check IP2, Sync IP2...

    As far as I understand the manual it stops the chain after having synced one time.. right?

  • #2
    Originally posted by jcee
    As far as I understand the manual it stops the chain after having synced one time.. right?
    It stops after a successful sync, so the others won't be tried. It's intended to cover the possibility of the same server being accessible under different IP addresses depending upon geographic location of the client.

    I guess it could be added as an option in some future release, were one ever to be produced.
    EZSync - http://www.richmet.com/ezsync

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    • #3
      Originally posted by ric355
      It stops after a successful sync, so the others won't be tried. It's intended to cover the possibility of the same server being accessible under different IP addresses depending upon geographic location of the client.

      I guess it could be added as an option in some future release, were one ever to be produced.
      I have my files spread out over three systems too, but I have them networked and shared so the first one EZSync finds allows access to all necessary directories. If the computers are in two separate places (or two separate networks), you could always manually set the IPs to the same number or program the IPs in sequence and manually disable (this means turn off) the first after its synced.

      There's always a work-around
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