18th February 2009 at 11:57 am #2730
Rene de Gek
Hi, iam puzzled, so i hope you can help…
I’ve got a Roku Soundbridge M1000. When it starts it displays M1001. The softwareversion is 3.0.44. It can connect to the wireless network (WPA2-PSK) and it can listen to online radio stations.
I have a computer connected tot the network running Fedora Core 9. I downloaded the 1696 version of the firefly server. It compiled without any problems and it is running ok. I can reach the webinterface from any computer in the network. Also acording to the logfile everything is correct:
[[email protected] ~]# tail /var/log/mt-daapd.log
2009-02-18 12:45:31 (b80156c0): Firefly Version svn-1696: Starting with debuglevel 2
2009-02-18 12:45:31 (b80156c0): Plugin loaded: ssc-script/svn-1696
2009-02-18 12:45:31 (b80156c0): Plugin loaded: daap/svn-1696
2009-02-18 12:45:31 (b80156c0): Plugin loaded: rsp/svn-1696
2009-02-18 12:45:31 (b80156c0): Starting rendezvous daemon
2009-02-18 12:45:31 (b80156c0): Starting signal handler
2009-02-18 12:45:31 (b80156c0): Initializing database
2009-02-18 12:45:33 (b80156c0): Starting web server from /opt/share/mt-daapd/admin-root on port 3689
2009-02-18 12:45:33 (b80156c0): Registering rendezvous names
2009-02-18 12:45:33 (b80156c0): Serving 21607 songs. Startup complete in 2 seconds
However: The Roku Soundbridge does not find the server. I have disabled iptables and restarted the soundbridge, but it still can’t find the server…
Can anybody tell me what iam doing wrong?18th February 2009 at 2:44 pm #17971
All the other computers in the network, are they connected using a wired network?
I’ve seen alot of these problems with wireless connectivity.
Firefly broadcasts itself over the network. Some routers default have unicast/multicast disabled, which blocks the broadcast.
This way, wireless devices will not discover firefly.
Long story short, check your router and look for unicast/multicast and enable it.
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