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  1. #1
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    Default Upnp Server setup

    I have untangle setup and working great. Stuff I have installed is
    GCC
    Midnight commander
    Twonkymeda UPNP Server.
    I can see and connect into the server UPNP from my Dlink Media box in the living room fine. What I can't do is go to the web interface at all.
    http://192.168.1.1:9000 does not connect.
    I need the web interface for adding links to my movies and music.
    What I can't figure out is if the port is being blocked by UT. I think that Twonkeymedia is its own http server and does not use apache but I am not sure about that yet.

    Has anyone tried anything like this?

    Here is my current setup
    External to cable modem
    Internal 192.168.1.1 to 8port gig switch
    DMZ to nothing right now.

    Media client at 192.168.1.250 to gig switch
    Meida PC for at 192.168.1.198 to gig switch
    Dlink Dir-655 Cable router with DHCP OFF and used only for wireless access also going to gig switch. Wan port not used.

    Untangle PC has 1 terabit USB external drive linked in.

    technoid
    Last edited by technoid; 07-23-2008 at 12:41 PM.

  2. #2
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    Default It works!!!

    OK, I went into Networking then the Advanced pull down menu to
    Packet Rules for Upnp
    I added a rule
    Destination port 9000
    Protocol tcp and udp
    I can now see the web admin page for Twonkymedia Upnp Server HA!
    I created a Media directory and I now have a few movies online.
    Works Great!!
    Last edited by technoid; 07-21-2008 at 03:24 PM.

  3. #3
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    Sounds cool. Can you post a HOWTO?

    On a related note, if the TwonkyMedia server was installed on a host on the internal network (another PC, not Untangle -- since, I wouldn't want to lose my media in the event of a fresh Untangle install) could a host on the DMZ access it? Currently, my DMZ hosts have external IP addresses and my media server would have an internal IP address. I'm not sure how to get the DMZ host to discover the internal server (I've tried this with MediaTomb unsuccessfully, perhaps TwonkyMedia would work?)-- the PS3 searches for media servers rather than allowing you to specify where one is.

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    Default Server Set!

    It's 6:30 on Wednesday! I have a big project I am trying to finish at work as soon as I am done with that I will get all my ducks in row and write something up.
    On another note I had not thought about what might happen if I had to do a full new install. HA!!

    Technoid
    Last edited by technoid; 07-23-2008 at 12:42 PM.

  5. #5
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    i wouldnt mind being told about this in a bit more detail, im considering doing a similar thing (Untangle box serving as a UPnP server as well).

  6. #6
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    please add upnp asap in untangle.

  7. #7
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    http://bugzilla.untangle.com

    Register, create an enhancement request, post back here so interested users can vote for it.

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