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  1. VincentVanGozer

    DLNA via Server across IP subnets

    Hi all! Apologies if this has been answered, which means my search skills suck... I'm wondering if I can use the play-to feature to specify a DLNA device on another IP subnet? Basically, I've got my emby server (latest version for windows) on a 10.1.1.0/24 subnet. I have a VPN tunnel set up to my sister's house, with everything on a 10.1.2.0/24 subnet there. Is there a way in the web GUI or config files to manually add an option to play-to a DLNA device at a fixed IP address in that other subnet? The intended end result is that she can http log into the mediabrowser server with her login, select the play-to device of her TV, and have it stream that way. MBserver (10.1.1.126) <-> Gateway <-> 10.1.2.1 <-> DLNA device Thanks for any tips, tricks, advice, and knowledge!
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