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Windows 7: Another Tversity problem.. I think its DNS but cant be sure...

26 Jul 2010   #1
duke2k7

Win 7 Home Premium 32-Bit
 
 
Another Tversity problem.. I think its DNS but cant be sure...

Hiya guys,

I have been tearing my hair out (well, whats left) trying to resolve a piddly little streaming problem.

Here is my setup:

Win7 Home Premium (regged, legal, purchased)
Networked via Belkin 200MBps homeplug and using OpenDNS (208.67.222.222 / 208.67.220.220) connected to:

Netgear WNR 2000 Wireless Router
Networked via Belkin 200MBps homeplug
Ports open on router: 41952 (tversity) and 28306 (bt)

Streaming to:

PS3 Slim, wired connection tried with both automatic settings, and now with OpenDNS settings manually input.

PS Store and internet browser work perfectly, and if I use the /flashlib command via safari, I can connect to the TVersity via my iPhone.

Problems:

The PS3 simply refuses to display the TVersity OR Windows Media Sharing media servers.

I am using default settings on Windows Firewall, with TVersity media server as an automatic rule, but i also manually made a rule opening the port.

When I restart the media server service, still nothing. If I use the internet option (http://xxx.xxx.x.x:41952/flashlib) it states a DNS error - 80710101.

I have looked at pretty much every guide I can find, and was hoping that someone could help me to resolve this problem?

Thank-you...


Duke.


My System SpecsSystem Spec
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26 Jul 2010   #2
zigzag3143

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by duke2k7 View Post
Hiya guys,

I have been tearing my hair out (well, whats left) trying to resolve a piddly little streaming problem.

Here is my setup:

Win7 Home Premium (regged, legal, purchased)
Networked via Belkin 200MBps homeplug and using OpenDNS (208.67.222.222 / 208.67.220.220) connected to:

Netgear WNR 2000 Wireless Router
Networked via Belkin 200MBps homeplug
Ports open on router: 41952 (tversity) and 28306 (bt)

Streaming to:

PS3 Slim, wired connection tried with both automatic settings, and now with OpenDNS settings manually input.

PS Store and internet browser work perfectly, and if I use the /flashlib command via safari, I can connect to the TVersity via my iPhone.

Problems:

The PS3 simply refuses to display the TVersity OR Windows Media Sharing media servers.

I am using default settings on Windows Firewall, with TVersity media server as an automatic rule, but i also manually made a rule opening the port.

When I restart the media server service, still nothing. If I use the internet option (http://xxx.xxx.x.x:41952/flashlib) it states a DNS error - 80710101.

I have looked at pretty much every guide I can find, and was hoping that someone could help me to resolve this problem?

Thank-you...


Duke.

Like in your other post you seem to be having problems with "TVersity" not with windows.

I wonder if there isnt an alternative that would work better.

Ken
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