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  • #1226

    w1ll14m
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    I have a problem, my soundbridge (Pinnacle) can’t find Firefly media server (Mt-daapd svn-1515)

    I’ve tried avahi, and howl, both work with daap (with a java client).
    Now i’m so desperate i even tried the windows version of firefly.
    i have a daap client that can find firefly, soundbridge just won’t :(.

    What can i do ?

    Regards,
    William

    #9779

    rpedde
    Participant

    @w1ll14m wrote:

    I have a problem, my soundbridge (Pinnacle) can’t find Firefly media server (Mt-daapd svn-1515)

    I’ve tried avahi, and howl, both work with daap (with a java client).
    Now i’m so desperate i even tried the windows version of firefly.
    i have a daap client that can find firefly, soundbridge just won’t :(.

    What can i do ?

    Regards,
    William

    Check your plugins_dir in your config file and make sure that directory has a “rsp.so” in it. Then maybe crank your log file up to a higher level and watch your debug logs and make sure it loads the rsp.so, and that it says it registers _rsp._tcp.

    Are the server and the soundbridge split across wired/wireless segments? Can you connect the soundbridge wired to see if it see it (at least as a test)?

    #9780

    w1ll14m
    Participant

    @rpedde wrote:

    @w1ll14m wrote:

    I have a problem, my soundbridge (Pinnacle) can’t find Firefly media server (Mt-daapd svn-1515)

    I’ve tried avahi, and howl, both work with daap (with a java client).
    Now i’m so desperate i even tried the windows version of firefly.
    i have a daap client that can find firefly, soundbridge just won’t :(.

    What can i do ?

    Regards,
    William

    Check your plugins_dir in your config file and make sure that directory has a “rsp.so” in it. Then maybe crank your log file up to a higher level and watch your debug logs and make sure it loads the rsp.so, and that it says it registers _rsp._tcp.

    Are the server and the soundbridge split across wired/wireless segments? Can you connect the soundbridge wired to see if it see it (at least as a test)?

    Ok,

    I was using soundbridge over a wired network πŸ™‚
    And this is the output of mDNSBrowse:


    naru log # mDNSBrowse _rsp._tcp
    browse reply: Add Service 0x6 [email protected] _rsp._tcp. local.
    resolve reply: 0x6 [email protected] _rsp._tcp. local. 192.168.0.4 8080
    Txt: [txtvers]=[1] - (1 bytes)
    Txt: [Database ID]=[EAC1138C] - (8 bytes)
    Txt: [Machine ID]=[EAC1138C] - (8 bytes)
    Txt: [Machine Name]=[[email protected]] - (12 bytes)
    Txt: [mtd-version]=[svn-1515] - (8 bytes)
    Txt: [iTSh Version]=[131073] - (6 bytes)
    Txt: [Version]=[196610] - (6 bytes)
    Txt: [Password]=[false] - (5 bytes)
    Txt: [ffid]=[2b6d1da2] - (8 bytes)

    naru log # mDNSBrowse _daap._tcp
    browse reply: Add Service 0x6 [email protected] _daap._tcp. local.
    browse reply: Add Service 0x6 Bas' LimeWire Tunes _daap._tcp. local.
    resolve reply: 0x6 Bas' LimeWire Tunes _daap._tcp. local. 192.168.0.241 5214
    Txt: [Machine Name]=[Bas' LimeWire Tunes] - (19 bytes)
    Txt: [Password]=[false] - (5 bytes)
    Txt: [Version]=[196608] - (6 bytes)
    resolve reply: 0x6 [email protected] _daap._tcp. local. 192.168.0.4 8080
    Txt: [txtvers]=[1] - (1 bytes)
    Txt: [Database ID]=[EAC1138C] - (8 bytes)
    Txt: [Machine ID]=[EAC1138C] - (8 bytes)
    Txt: [Machine Name]=[[email protected]] - (12 bytes)
    Txt: [mtd-version]=[svn-1515] - (8 bytes)
    Txt: [iTSh Version]=[131073] - (6 bytes)
    Txt: [Version]=[196610] - (6 bytes)
    Txt: [Password]=[false] - (5 bytes)
    Txt: [ffid]=[2b6d1da2] - (8 bytes)

    My soundbridge is a pinnacle one, is that a problem?

    #9781

    richdunlop
    Participant

    @w1ll14m wrote:

    My soundbridge is a pinnacle one, is that a problem?

    What firmware version is on the Soundbridge? You need at least 2.5.171 on it to be able to use RSP.

    #9782

    rpedde
    Participant

    @richdunlop wrote:

    @w1ll14m wrote:

    My soundbridge is a pinnacle one, is that a problem?

    What firmware version is on the Soundbridge? You need at least 2.5.171 on it to be able to use RSP.

    That’s a good point, as everything else looks good. The mdns response is exactly right, should see it just fine.

    You can ping the soundbridge from the server machine, right?

    #9783

    w1ll14m
    Participant

    Ok, i got it working:

    I moved soundbridge closer to my pc,
    for debugging. And it worked instant.
    So i moved it back to my bedroom, and it stopped working again ?!

    Let me explain a little of my network situation.
    I have a computer as router –> main switch –> switch bedroom and switch living room.

    In the bedroom I can watch winamp tv via wired network, soundbridge can play internet radio and i can telnet soundbridge.

    So finaly i replaced the UTP between main switch and bedroom switch.
    Now rsp works on soundbridge too πŸ™‚

    I Would never have guessed it if I didn’t moved my soundbridge….

    #9784

    rpedde
    Participant

    @w1ll14m wrote:

    I Would never have guessed it if I didn’t moved my soundbridge….

    Wow. Guess it’s at least working. πŸ™‚

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