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DLNA setup

Discussion in 'DD-WRT Firmware' started by kr_en, Nov 7, 2012.

  1. kr_en

    kr_en Serious Server Member

    Hi there,

    I've used search angine but didn't find any related topic. But as I am not very well familiar with wireless networks, routers, etc. there is a great chance that I've missed something.

    So here is the problem. Recently my wife bought Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. First of all I have set up an old router Linksys WRT54G v2. Wireless and wired network were working just fine after the setup. Since I use multicasting to watch TV on my PC I upgraded router's firmware to dd-wrt. Wireless and wired network still worked without any problems, as well as multicasting. However I would like to view media files from my PC on the tablet computer. The DLNA service was working fine before upgrading the firmware. I've googled my problem and found some solutions on how to enable DLNA with EasyMiniDLNA. As it could be seen in instructions I should go on the router's admin page and firstly enable Samba under Services->NAS->File Sharing. When I access admin site there is no NAS thumbnail in Services.

    Can somebody please help me to enable DLNA sharing on my network. Any useful advice would be great.

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