UPnP (DLNA)

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  • #11014
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    It’s first feature after stabilizing for a stable release. Which doesn’t help much, because I don’t know where that is, time-wise. 🙂

    – Ron

    I know you dont know exactly when this will be but do you have approximate timescales?

    I’ve got firefly streamimg (well transcoding via wav) my alac to my soundbridge, but I have an xbox360, a ps3 and even my new onkyo amp can get play stuff now 🙂 all begging for upnp support.

    #11015
    rpedde
    Participant

    @glum wrote:

    It’s first feature after stabilizing for a stable release. Which doesn’t help much, because I don’t know where that is, time-wise. 🙂

    – Ron

    I know you dont know exactly when this will be but do you have approximate timescales?

    I’ve got firefly streamimg (well transcoding via wav) my alac to my soundbridge, but I have an xbox360, a ps3 and even my new onkyo amp can get play stuff now 🙂 all begging for upnp support.

    Probably before DNF. But maybe not much before.

    — Ron

    #11016
    LeoD
    Participant

    Then what about a littul teaser trailer in the meantime? 😉

    #11017
    aa2k
    Guest

    Hi, any news on this update? I am dying to try this on a MAC using my Omnifi DMS1 – I can install the program but unit does not see it since its not a uPnP yet… btw, this program looks great!! good job!!

    😆 😆

    #11018
    markusd112
    Participant

    Hi,

    as mentioned above from other users: I am interested in the upnp-feature too. I am using firefly mediaserver for more than one year with two roku soundbridges and it works great.

    Now there are available some internetradios for less then 100 EUR with a built in speaker, so they are affordable now (in the past you have to pay 200 EUR and more for such a WLAN radio that can play my MP3 files over the network with a built in speaker).

    I would like to use my new dnt IPdio Internet Radio as well with Firefly Media server, but the box supports only windows fileshares and upnp 🙁

    So it would be great, if Firefly supports upnp too…

    Thanks a lot for implementing upnp!

    Yours,

    Markus

    #11019
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    This would allow so many devices to connect to the DS…
    … any known alternative in the meantime ?

    #11020
    BillyBuck
    Participant

    I have two Roku’s and a Ziova Z500. The Ziova only recognizes upnp so I’ve been trying to find a server that meets my needs. All of the currently available solutions are buggy or have at least one deal-breaker that makes them unusable in my case. None of them have the small footprint of Firefly.

    Upnp support would open up Firefly to the PS3 and Xbox communities as well.

    #11021
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    @Mr.Gil wrote:

    How do i enable it, or is by default enabled ?

    Running 1696

    PLESE~~~THANKS!!!

    #11022
    stretch
    Participant

    @Mon1018 wrote:

    @Mr.Gil wrote:

    How do i enable it, or is by default enabled ?

    Running 1696

    PLESE~~~THANKS!!!

    Enabling it won’t achieve anything. The only part of UPnP added so far is discovery, nothing else.
    This means that your client device will find the Firefly server but not be able to use it.
    Unless your doing testing it’s a waste of time even turning it on really 😉

    #11023
    hdd123
    Guest

    Any further update on this?

    #11024
    dougyp
    Participant

    i just got a PS3 and it took me a while to get to the point where I want to access my mt-daapd/firefly shared music and a bit longer to find out the PS3 won’t “find” my NAS serving firefly.

    Any update? It’s been a looooong time since an update 🙂

    #11025
    EVILRipper
    Participant

    PS3 has support for uPnP servers. Firefly does not have a functional uPnP implemented. So far, this is a no go.

    #11026
    dougyp
    Participant

    Thanks for the quick reply. I love my mt-daapd server, it runs 24×7 for maybe 2 years now? I use a Roku in my living room and serve it on a Kuro-pro (made by Buffalo). I like to dabble in Linux and I love that I can serve music and files at 17 watts instead of having a computer on 24×7.

    I hate to ask in since this is a firefly website – but does anyone have experience running *gasp* another server app in parallel with firefly that would support the uPnP protocol? Let’s assume we’d not have file-contention, it’s just not used that much.

    cheers

    #11027
    fizze
    Participant

    Sure, I run ushare, I think.

    It’s all running on the same NSLU2, and I have plenty of other servers there. Since they are reading the files and not locking them, there are no access issues at all.

    #11028
    cromei
    Participant

    I run Mediatomb http://mediatomb.cc/ on my NSLU2 and have no issues. I have run uShare as well with no issues.
    Craig

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