From the below web site:http://wiki.linuxmce.org/index.php/Web_Orbiter_2.0
Section 1.8 informs :
"A new Generic Proxy Orbiter will also be created automatically"
So I think a proxy orbitor and web orbitor is the same thing...
The web orbitor works just fine when used through http://192.168.80.1/lmce-admin/weborbiter.php
through my internal LAN.
The WAP is connected to my 5 port switch which is connected to my internal network.
For testing purposes I have hooked my tablet straight into my 5 port lan bypassing the WAP. My tablet has an rj45 connnection so I have connected it to my switch using an ethernet cable. As I said before this all works when I dont activate static IP inside my tablet.
I dont think I need to delete the web orbitor as it works just fine through a browser. Seems to be a connection problem when I try to use the APK app.
After going through the instructions for installing android touch:
set the server IP (which is the Core IP - default: 192.168.80.1) Input this into tablet, static IP option
set the server port of your proxy orbiter.core has automatiically given me a server port nuber of 3641
port number - it is set as part of the device data for the proxy orbiter (use linuxMCE admin). Is this the same as the server port number? where do I need to input this number?