mt-dappd on multiple network interfaces

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  • #323
    dbeardsl
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    I’ve got the mt-daapd media server up and running on a NAS device (that is aslo a router) BUT it doesn’t seem to use both network interfaces (eth0 and eth1)

    I’ve got this box connected via its WAN (eth1) port to a LAN port of my linksys router.

    iTunes sharing works great through the linksys router, so it’s letting multicasts through.

    Is there any way to tell mt-daapd which network interface to use?
    (I’m using version 0.2.4 compiled for the ARMeb architecture)

    #4906
    rpedde
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    @dbeardsl wrote:

    Is there any way to tell mt-daapd which network interface to use?
    (I’m using version 0.2.4 compiled for the ARMeb architecture)

    There really isn’t with 0.2.4.

    Do you have a way to compile howl? That would be the real solution, I think — to use howl as the mdns responder.

    #4907
    dbeardsl
    Guest

    Thanks, bummer.

    I found a version of howl compiled for the ARM big endian architecture.

    at
    http://skrybele.wantstofly.org/fc3/RPMS.os/

    But it’s in an RPM package… and I don’t have access to an RPM package system compiled for armeb. hmm.

    ideas?

    #4908
    rpedde
    Participant

    @dbeardsl wrote:

    Thanks, bummer.

    I found a version of howl compiled for the ARM big endian architecture.

    at
    http://skrybele.wantstofly.org/fc3/RPMS.os/

    But it’s in an RPM package… and I don’t have access to an RPM package system compiled for armeb. hmm.

    ideas?

    Do you have a working cross toolchain? I can show you where to patch it to force an interface, but you’ll have to recompile it.

    #4909
    dbeardsl
    Guest

    I don’t right now… but maybe in the future… but yeah, I’d like to know where to patch it. thanks.

    #4910
    rpedde
    Participant

    @dbeardsl wrote:

    I don’t right now…

    Can you use nslu2 packages? From unslung? Because I have on my todo list to submit a howl package for unslung.

    #4911
    dbeardsl
    Guest

    Yeah, that’s where I’ve gotten most of my packages.

    I’m a frequenter of the FSG boards
    http://openfsg.com

    I’m actually retooling the ipkg bootstrap for the FSG right now… or trying to.

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