Do not see media server from TV/Windows


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Hello

since 4h after succsessfull installation of xpenology i now struggeling with connection to my TV/Windows PC.

Mediaserver is installed but i cannot see DLNA server even in my TV nor on my PC (e.g. MediaPlayer).

 

DMS-Log shows:

X-Content-Type-Options: nosniff
X-XSS-Protection: 1; mode=block
Cache-Control: max-age=0, no-cache, no-store, must-revalidate
Pragma: no-cache
Expires: 0

{"error":{"code":117},"success":false}

 

Is there any hint ? Thanks for help

 

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PC , NAS , TV are in Home network (same Gateway). From PC using Win Media Player i can see in Homenet two other Media Servers (one from FritzBox and one from TV which has feature of a own server) but not my NAS.  From TV i can see 2 other Media Servers (one from FritzBox and ane from PC (win10 media server). Looking Videos and Pictures located @PC is working from TV using DLNA. From PC Ping is working to NAS and also My NAS was mounted to PC sucsessfully.  There is no dsvideo app on my panasonic. Also i want to look pictures also. Is there anything todo to enable DLNA after intallation ? Is DLNA working with DS3615 ?

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now i tried again to configure LACP -> it works but i coult not see may nas afterwards.

After som investigation i found that enabling of IGMP Snooping was the reason -> after disable it, i could see my nas using LACP, means 2 LAN

 

But IGMP Snooping is needed to use Telekom-Entertain :sad:

 

Can anybody help here to get both working ?

 

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