Learn more about how you can connect your devices


In the vast majority of cases you don't have to do anything special to connect your devices that share the same local network. Just open EasyJoin in all your devices and wait a few seconds for them to connect to each other.
If the local network is divided into several sub-networks you can try to specify the IP of a device in the "Settings" section of each device.
The field to fill in is the one labeled "Internal network IP".

Click the name of a device in the "Trusted" list and select the "Settings" tab
If you want to connect with a specific IP address you can use the "Ping IP" feature and write the IP you want to ping. You can ping multiple IPs by replacing the last number of the IP with the "*" character, i.e. "192.168.1.*" to ping all IPs of "192.168.1".

In the list of devices click on the icon at the top right to open the context menu and select "Ping IP"

Directly via Internet

Once connected with a device in your local network you can also connect1 to it via the Internet, directly and without the use of external servers.
TL;DR: To connect directly via Internet you have to set the Internet IP or host name of a "Trusted" device in its settings and enable the "Direct connection via Internet" switch from the side menu.

H2H Connection

I named this connection "Home to Home" (H2H) because, usually, only on a home network it will be possible for the application to make the necessary configurations to the modem/router to enable this type of connection.
To be able to connect to a "Trusted" device via the Internet, you need to set some data in the "Settings" of this device. These data must be set for each "Trusted" device, as they are specific to each device.
Internet IP / Host: In this field you must enter the Internet IP of the remote device. You may also enter a "host" name provided by one of the various services offering "Dynamic DNS".
Port: This is the port number that has been set in the "Settings" of the remote device.
Extended scan: By enabling this setting it is possible to search for the remote device also on the following ports from the one indicated above. This is useful when you are not sure if the remote device "listens" on the port indicated in the previous step.

Click the name of a device in the "Trusted" list and select the "Settings" tab
If you want to make multiple devices of the same local network visible on the Internet, you can indicate different listening port numbers in the "Settings".

If you leave the same default port (51167) for all devices the application will come to your assistance and will automatically set the first free port starting from the set one. A notification will inform you what port number is set.

Open the side menu by clicking on the icon at the top left of the application and select "Settings"
In the side menu there is a switch to enable the direct connection via Internet on your device.

The application will try to configure your modem/router so that it can "listen" to connection requests from external devices, on the port indicated in the previous step.
In order to configure the modem/router, the "UPnP" functionality must be enabled in the router.

Switch to enable/disable the direct connection via Internet
Once the operation is successful, your Internet IP and listening port will be shown under the switch.
Now you are ready to connect with other devices directly and without using external servers. End-to-end encryption is used when transferring files, sending messages, sharing notifications, clipboard and other personal data.

Direct Internet connection has been successfully activated

E2H Connection

"Everywhere to Home" (E2H) is when you want to connect to a device that you have at "home" from a device that uses the Internet connection you have at work, a public WiFi or mobile data, without using external servers.
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1 Currently, for security reasons, you can only connect via the Internet with devices that are already on your "Trusted" list. To move a device from the "Temporary" list to the "Trusted" list, click on the device name (on the phone) or the "star" icon (on the computer).

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