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Is there a Howto that explains config of DLNA devices?

I do have 4 Yamaha speakers (WX-010/030) on my network. Same network  where emby server is located.

I can ping the speakers and can also acess them through the web, but I don't see them in emby.

 

Thanks for you help.

 

Wolfgang

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Hi there, can you try powering the speakers off and then back on while emby server is running? Please see if that helps. Thanks.

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wp.rauchholz

No I had not.

 

For this file, I unplugged one louspeaker and fired it up again.

I can see these speakers in appleTV.

 

Concerning firewall; port 1900 UDP is open.

 

Wolfgang

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Ok that's strange.  You may want to double check the firewall because this log has no mention of the Yamaha speakers ever being detected. What Dlna features do they support?

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This is a copy/paste from the manual: "Plays various supported content with high quality sound• Plays music from DLNA servers/Internet radio ( P.17), AirPlay and Bluetooth"

Firewall:

  • Emby is installed on my homeserver (CENTOS 7). Has an external NIC and an internal NIC for the LAN. All devices are on the LAN
  • This is the part of the firewall that opens the port on the internal NIC: iptables -A INPUT -i $INT_DEV -p udp -m state --state NEW -m udp --dport 1900 -j ACCEPT
     
  • That is what I get when running: iptables -nvL | grep 1900 -->   126 19834 ACCEPT     udp  --  enp3s0 *       0.0.0.0/0            0.0.0.0/0            state NEW udp dpt:1900
     

 

Can you see anything wrong here?

 

Thanks, Wolfgang

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So then maybe it doesn't support play to which is why you don't see them in emby. So then you have to browse emby server content from the Yamaha.

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