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Well this is another Holograms 240 questions
I am actually using the downloaded project, I provided the ipv4 (there are actually three of them but the tutorial never mentions anything about it while many seem to face that case).
I have waited (about 10 minutes) as stated in other threads, I have tried the different ipv4. Still nothing happens. The energy hub keeps flying around.
My next wonder is also, since the ipv4 is provided by the user computer, how does that work for another user?
Let's say we provided the app to a customer and I am not there, he is using with another customer of his, how will it join a session from my computer? How would that go for them?
EDIT: It ended up working after leaving the app running during a 1h30 meeting. Can't say when it triggered though.
Just for heads-up, second ipv4 is the right one for me.