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    Hello, my problem is getting Apple TV to work in order to mirror ipads. I have connected the Apple TV (wired) but I believe the firewall is blocking things as Airplay icon not showing on Ipad where it should do . Does anybody have advice on what ports to unblock, a trawl through the net seem to bring out differing responses.

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    Perhaps stating the obvious but do you have the Apple TV and the Ipad on the same SSID?

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    Yes it is

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    Same subnet?

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    I had a similar problem once. Turns out I had accidentally turned off the airplay option when messing around in the Apple TV's settings. May be worth double checking.

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    Please make sure you do not have NAT or IP Nat Inside or Source NAT on any of those VLANs. Bonjour does not work with NAT

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    Quote Originally Posted by sloughman View Post
    I have connected the Apple TV (wired) but I believe the firewall is blocking things as Airplay icon not showing on Ipad where it should do .
    This previous thread might prove handy:

    Connecting iPads to whiteboards

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    We bought three Apple TVs with the extra kit to connect them to Smartboards (HDMI / VGA converters and various leads). So all told best part of 600 invested plus a lot of faffing about and time only to give up as they just failed on our Domain with reliable connection issues. Gave up and became a convert to AirServer - Most advanced AirPlay receiver for Mac and PC after reading the glowing comments about it on Edugeek. So now for a one off payment of something like 60 all our kit to Smartboards have Airserver and it does the job - just easy and perfect. No idea what to do with the three sets of Apple TV now though

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    Quote Originally Posted by speckytecky View Post
    No idea what to do with the three sets of Apple TV now though
    Gimme Gimme...

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