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  1. Hi there, I'm able to use Emby for Kodi normally when I'm on my LAN, but as soon as I switch off WiFi on my phone, I can't seem to get anything to play. I should mention that I've already selected the option "Play from HTTP instead of SMB" from inside the plugin settings, and that I have port 8096 forwarded correctly on my router. I've attached the log file. The only thing I've done in the log is edited my DDNS hostname from what the no-ip hostname actually was to <hostname>.no-ip.org, for security purposes. Is there anything I'm missing here? I spent the last day trying to figure this out with less than desirable results. Any insight that anyone could provide into this would be greatly appreciated. P.S. - The log entries might look a little strange at the end there as you can see that I'm transferring the log file to a local share, but at that point I had switched WiFi back on solely for that purpose. kodi.log
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