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Using DLNA with a bridge
I actually received no replies for my last post weird. Anyways, I wanted to know if I used an N450 bridge to connect my PS3 to my 5Ghz network could I still use DLNA on it? Or would I need an N900 bridge? This is confusing because according to linksys the N750 router won't support DLNA.
Also, could I just use a different manufacturers router as a bridge? I can get an N600 router for like $50 but, IDK how DLNA really works so please help.
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