Are you attempting connection via WiFi directly to the network or from outside of the network?
are there any '.' in the name of the files? (i.e. myDataBase.2014)? Go can't display files with dots in the name (besides of the extension, .fmp12 is ok)
thank you for your answer.
I connected with the wifi. so i am in the same network like the osx and windows clients. but the server is in a routed network with a diffrent subnet.
no they aren't '.' in the name of the files. but I saw, they are files named with a space char ' '. could this be a problem?
this is not the problem. On a Windows and OS x machine work this fine. and this are in the same subnet like the iPhone. I know that Bonjour only works with the current subnet. this is why we disabled it on the server because there are no bonjour clients in his subnet.
the main problem, I have no error message maybe it could be anything. SSL error, timeout, not allowed to access or what ever. are there any logfiles or something like this where I can read it?