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  1. Hello, Yesterday I noticed on my router that my there was a lot of “internet” traffic. I was surprised about this, but after some testing and sniffing, I saw that my Client PC was accessing my server at the “outside” of the router (see routing on image). No real consumption of my bandwidth at my he ISP side, but still, all traffic is passed through the router... This means also Single Point of failure Bandwidth of router is shared by all clients. I have a Gb-router, but this can be a problem with older routers Monitoring of bandwidth at router is not representative anymore and all my graphs are messed up. Monitoring figures don't match information I see at my ISP I used to work with Plex, and they have a very clever setup for this: (for more information, see https://blog.filippo.io/how-plex-is-doing-https-for-all-its-users/) On my router: Dnsmasq -> Custom configuration -> rebind-domain-ok=/plex.direct/ local-ttl=1 I tried to change my router to rebind-domain-ok=/plex.direct/tv.emby.media/app.emby.media/ local-ttl=1 but this didn’t help. So my question here is: is it possible to configure my EMBY-server in the same was as my PLEX-server so that my clients have a direct connection to my server instead of going to the public url? Oh, and I only want to use one url for my browsers, i.e. http://tv.emby.media/#!/plugins/defaultskin/home.html... Thanx in advance, Bart
  2. 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 subnet. I have a VPN tunnel set up to my sister's house, with everything on a 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 ( <-> Gateway <-> <-> DLNA device Thanks for any tips, tricks, advice, and knowledge!
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