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BoomShake007

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intel Macbook
-Mac OSX 10.4.8
-iTunes 7.0.2
m0n0wall router

I live in a dorm room at a university. It is my understanding that the dorm hall is on one subnet. Now, in my room I have a few computers and game systems behind a a router (a box running m0n0wall, with a switch). iTunes has the music sharing feature, however it only allows you to share on your local subnet. So, all of my dorm-mates who are directly connected into the dorm subnet (just their one computer directly to wall ethernet jack) can share and see shared music via iTunes. However, me being behind another layer, my own private subnet, can neither see nor share music with anyone else other than my own computers. Is there any way to get around this and make it seem like my computer is part of the dorm subnet rather than my private "subsubnet" and have iTunes sharing work?
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You might try on the networking forum for more info on getting past that limitation but i can only think of the simple solution of connecting one of the systems into the subnet directly before it gets to the router.
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thanks, I'll repost in there.
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