Okay, here's the deal. I have my MacBook Pro at home with all my music on it, and my Windows computer at work, with none. I'm trying to share my music library from my home computer to my work computer over the internet. Both are behind firewalls. As with most people, I have access to the one at home but not the one at work. It's fine to install some third-party apps at home, too, but a minimum of tinkering at work would be preferable. I've done some Googling on this subject and everything that comes up seems to be several years old. According to the one result I was able to find in the forum, the feature was removed a few versions back. So is there some sort of workaround, using NAT or some such? I could use Nicecast, but I would really rather be able to control my music. Also, because I am behind a router, it only gives me my local IP - by forwarding the port and substituting the external IP I would have expected it to work, but it seems not to. Any light that anyone could shed on either of these problems would be much appreciated.