However, you may notice that when the VPN is connected, TVersity fails to show up on network devices (e.g. PS3, Wii). The VPN creates a tunnel through the router, causing TVersity to fail to announce properly on your local network or subnet (that's the simplest explanation I can think of!). Here's how you can avoid this problem.
Instructions for running TVersity on a VPN-connected computer:
1. Open the TVersity Interface, and click on the "Settings" tab.
2. On the left side of the interface you will see many options - click "General".
3. Scroll down to the "Home Network" section - there should be a blank field, followed by a port number (typically 41952 on most default TVersity configurations). In the blank field enter the local IP address of your computer.
- If you don't know the local IP address of your computer, run a command window and type "ipconfig" - when the VPN is active you will see two connections - the IP address you want is "Local Area Connection" - this will typically be an address beginning in 192.168.*.*. If you don't know how to run a command window, click here.
That's it. Check out your device(s) to see if the Media Server is visible (You may have to scan for servers.).