So I'm running into about the same issue here. What I have going currently is a pc setup in the living room running XBMC.
-I have Skifta installed on that computer. I do have the media server enabled through Skifta in the task bar. (As well as XBMC media server, also tried just Skift and disabled XBMC to see if they were competing for connection)
-I forwarded my ports 90 and 100, it wouldn't let me do 80 though since "the specified port(s) are being used by other configurations. Please check your configurations of Remote Management, Port forwarding, Port Triggering, UPnP Port Mapping table, RIP, and Internet connection type".
-When I log on to "My connections" via the skifta website it lists my 2 sources. I can't click on them or anything so I assume they are considered offline.
-When I get on my android phone I can access everything through the "Here" souces, so everything that is connected to the same network. When I go to the "remote" sources it shows both my sources as offline.
-I did run into one oddity. When I went through Windows media player to allow streaming media I saw that it was already enabled from previous attempts. I see for media libraries listed. My main computer Apollo, XBMC media server, my phone which I had connected via WiFi, and my Skifta media server. The last 2 were not accessible stating that "before you can play items in this library you must first be allowed to access the library" even though I had already done that.
So my question is, should I take this straight to email@example.com , or am I missing something from http://forums.skifta.com/topic/remote-media-source-status-offline#post-2423