Howdy, The good ninja on the Flex forum suggested I need to look into Port Forwarding. There's a bunch of sub-forums on here I could've posted this, but Plex users might be more en masse on this one! I can see my libraries (or 'Channels') on my web browser and iPhone at home, home network via Airport Extreme no problem. As soon as I get it to another router away from home or at home turning off iPhone's WiFi they vanish. Thankfully the Airport Utility in Mavericks is so easy to use for a networking moron as myself. I just simply need to figure out how to create Port Forwarding on this setup so the iPhone can pick up my Channels on the Plex app!! Easy....right? Thanks for the help in advance. This is the dialogue between myself and the Ninja: Good morning, I purchased the $4.99 app for my iPhone and installed it. Installed the Plex Server on my MacPro and all my media shows up great on my browser, and on my iPhone app when I'm home! Incredible. BUT when I go to my shop and try to get on with the router I'm on there, no channels of mine or media appear. I've also tried to shut off WiFi on my iPhone at home and run the Verizon LTE only, and then my channels vanish from the app. Looking at the IP address when the WiF is on, it's a short string of numbers, my router addres (127.0.0.xx) So I'm assuming I need to hit 'Add a new connection...' Is the 'Host ' supposed to be entered as my long string IP address? (71.201.2xx.xxx) And the 'Port' should be the same 32400 as the home connection? If this is all correct, it doesn't work, and no Channels appear. So I'm assuming one of 3 things: A) I don't have a PlexPass paid for B) It won't pick up on cellular networks C) I need to look into Port Forwarding It's such a simple thing, I know it! Any help would be greatly appreciated. After 2 days of searching the startup and help guides, I'm not finding any bit of help on the Plex website! iPhone iOS 7 + MacPro - Mavericks - Airport Card to Airport Extreme to Comcast router __________________ m.schademann, on 26 Jan 2014 - 10:50 AM, said: C) I need to look into Port Forwarding This is going to be the solution you are looking for.