ladube wrote:I went through this tutorial before, but could not find the solution.
It looks to be happening "After UDP Broadcast", but I do not think this is related to the computer settings or IP address, since it is working well over WiFI...
meskibob wrote: Your router is blocking the traffic:
Note 1: Most UPnP settings on routers are to allow the devices on the LAN to dynamically configure the port forwarding and other router settings with minimal user interaction. This shouldn't need to be enabled for the actual UPnP/DLNA traffic in the LAN, and in some cases it actually causes issues when enabled on bad routers.
- Your router may just need to be rebooted. This is probably not the issue if you've never been able to connect PMS to your client device.
- Check the router's firewall to see if the traffic is being blocked. For some routers it helps to disable the SPI Firewall.
- Check your router's settings to see if there are any settings to allow UDP traffic or multicast traffic
Note 2: Port forwarding isn't required for standard use of PMS. It is only needed if you're trying to stream web-content.
Note 3: Some routers are crap and either a) don't have the proper settings or b) just mishandle traffic regardless of the settings. This can even vary within the same router for wired vs wireless traffic.
If you've checked everything else, give the forum or Google a search and see if other people are having UPnP/DLNA issues with the same router. You could also see if a different DLNA program (WMP, TVersity, Wild, etc) works using the same router/settings.
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