Does anyone have an issue with Logitech Flow? I am trying to enable between a Macbook Pro and iMac. Same operating system and on the same Eero device/network. Macbook has the Unified Reciever and the iMac is connected to the Logi Mouse/Keyboard via Bluetooth.
Logitech states below for network connection and not sure if something should be set up within Eero to assist with this.
Note: Logitech Flow uses the network to link multiple (up to three) computers and allow them to share a mouse and keyboard. To accomplish this, Flow uses a few different techniques depending on your network configuration:
- For computers on the same subnet that can ping each other using UDP broadcasts, Flow uses a fixed UDP port (59867) to listen for and discover other peers.
- For those computers that are behind routers or firewalls, Flow uses a Logitech cloud service to assist with peer discovery. This discovery technique uses TCP port 443 to communicate with the server and UDP port 59868 to listen for pings from peers.
Only certain device information are sent to the server and is sent and stored encrypted for security. Once peers discover each other, they use TCP port 59866 to establish a secure peer network to send control data. All traffic sent across this network is also encrypted for security purposes.
I'm having the same issue... mine is a bit trickier ... it's a MacBook and windows 10 setup behind the Eero network...
I'm not sure to proceed either... for IPV4 devices I can only do Port forward and for IPV6 I can actually create firewall rules... I don't have IPV6 enabled so.... port forwarding doesn't seems the way to go !!
Will need help on this one too ! Anyone out there knows the secret to get this done ?
I appreciated it !