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- 17th April 2007 at 6:58 am in reply to: Windows iTunes 7 can’t see the firefly library (kubuntu can) #8264sbkpParticipant
The firewall is off — what makes it not (seem like) a firewall issue is that it works, and then it doesn’t.
Now, I seem to have sorted it by upgrading the firmware on my router. I found a reference somewhere that IGMP should be disabled. I couldn’t find any way to do that on my router, so I found new firmware, and there on the main admin page: IGMP Enabled/Disabled.
The reason I’m not celebrating just yet is that the problem has been intermittent at times. But so far so good (fingers crossed, knock wood, etc).
Thanks.16th April 2007 at 11:19 pm in reply to: Windows iTunes 7 can’t see the firefly library (kubuntu can) #8262sbkpParticipant
I’m having similar trouble — it actually happens whether I’m using iTunes (version 6 or 7) or mt-daapd or firefly.
The iTunes server is a G4 Mac mini. OS-X 10.4.9.
In my case, if I launch iTunes on my Windows PC when iTunes or Firefly is already running on the Mac, the client won’t see the share. If I restart iTunes/Firefly on the Mac, then the share will appear on the client. It will eventually disappear, though I haven’t figured out what makes that happen.
I also have a Roku M2000. That can see the share, but can’t connect to it. Sometimes it will connect after I restart iTunes/Firefly, but never more than once.
Thanks in advance.