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How can I use GigaTribe on two PCs in my local network?

To use GigaTribe in direct connection mode, with two computers of a local network, you must create two separate users.
Each PC must use its own TCP port and have its own local IP address.

Example :
PC1: local IP =192.168.0.10 (Windows setting : configuration panel / network)
PC1: TCP Port (step 1 of 2 during GigaTribe connection) = 3728. IP address : Automatic detection.
PC2: local IP =192.168.0.20;
PC2: TCP Port (step 1 of 2 during GigaTribe connection) = 3730. IP address : Automatic detection.

Router rules (NAT)
Rule 1:
external port=3728
internal port =3728
protocol = TCP
server IP = 192.168.0.10
Rule 2:
external port=3730
internal port =3730
protocol = TCP
server IP = 192.168.0.20