Dlna over vpn

Dlna over vpn

Minidlna + openvpn = can’t see dlna server on vpn (3

Is there a way to accomplish this without modifying the HOSTS file? I might be able to do so on my Android phone, but not on the iPad (I *really* don’t want to ‘jailbreak’ it; what a pain).
Is there a way to do this without modifying the HOSTS file? craibuc wrote:Is there a way to do this without modifying the HOSTS file? I might be able to do so on my Android phone, but not on the iPad (I *really* don’t want to ‘jailbreak’ it; what a pain). I don’t think it’s possible without editing the “hosts” file, but I may be mistaken. Unfortunately, my interpretation of the iPad is limited to its “pricetag.” Many of my mobile devices run on “Android” or “Linux.”
I was able to get Serviio and Twokny (both installations) to operate, according to craibuc.
Thank you for your assistance.
Hello there,
What is the alternative, as I’m considering doing something similar with NAS contents streaming over IPSec VPNs?
I was able to get Serviio and Twokny (both installations) to work. chaicka wrote:craibuc wrote:I was able to get Serviio and Twokny (both installations) to work.
Thank you for your assistance.
Hi there,
What is the alternative, as I’m considering doing something similar with NAS contents streaming over IPSec VPNs?
On the NAS, there is no IPSec. If IPSec was possible, there was no excuse why it couldn’t function.

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On my Ubuntu 14.04 PC, I have OpenVPN (tunnel, not bridged) and minidlna servers running. Each one operates independently (for example, the VPN allows me to connect to and browse samba shares when my internet traffic is routed via the VPN; the minidlna server allows clients to connect to my LAN), but when my client (android) connects to the VPN via 3G/4G, it is unable to see the minidlna server. I tried changing network interface=eth0,tun0 in the interfaces line of the /etc/minidlna.conf file, but it didn’t work. I read somewhere that this could be linked to broadcasts and would necessitate changes to iptables laws, but there were no details. What do I need to do to make this work?
I have used iptables-persistent (which is available for Ubuntu 14.04 from a default repository, but I didn’t see it mentioned on the linked web page at the time of writing) to ensure that the iptables changes survived restarts.
The argument “listen ip” is commented out in the conf file of the minidlna. Uncomment it and write your vpn server’s address on the gui tun0. In your scenario, it appears to be 10.8.0.1.

Dlna server reachable through vpn connection

After a lot of research, I came to the conclusion that I should use multicast routing for this reason. I looked into options and came across smcroute. The following is the /etc/smcroute.conf configuration.
I believe what you want is not feasible because DLNA most likely uses a TTL of 1, which makes it link-local unless you have some sort of reflector (kind of like is required for mDNS for similar reasons).
Have you given wg0 its own firewall zone and given it permission to do what it needs to do? From the excerpts you’ve shown, it doesn’t seem so. Given that you seem to be using Wireguard, the name of the wireguard’interface’ portion should probably be applied to the lan region.
Now I’ve purchased a wrt3200 acm from DavidC. They work great, and I’d like to be able to connect to my home’s DLNA resources and Nvidia Shield Chromecast implementation via OpenVPN. Is your SSDP configuration (Chromecast part) suitable for this?
May I simply install SMCRoute with your setup and add the iptables rule and it function without conflicts (unfortunately, I’m a newbie with multicast so I ask for your help)?

Dlna what’s that? explained

On my external firewall, I have an OpenVPN server, and on my Nexus 6P, I have a client running 7.1.1 Feb patches. I’d like to sync playlists over the VPN, but the MMW server that MMA usually sees within my network isn’t visible. What is the process of syncing? Is it appropriate to use UPnP? I figured I had manually inserted my MMW’s IP address into MMA. Which ports/protocols are currently in use? Thank you so much!
MMW is on my mobile, which is almost always docked, for me. I’ve always wanted to place MM on its own server (preferrably a Linux VM, but I can make a Windows VM work). There are no “shared resources” on the laptop. It has RDP features, which I can use from OpenVPN, so I know it’s working. On my pfSense firewall, I’m looking at IGMP Proxy. Let’s see if that solves the problem. In addition, I’m going to break my home network into several VLANs. I’ll have to do some work on DLNA between broadcast domains as well.
I set up OpenVPN on my QNAP, with a VPN Client IP Pool of 192.169.2.1-254 and the same subnet mask as the MMW server (192.169.0.0/22), and I restricted external access to other LAN PCs using multiple VLANs (PORT Based+IP Based), as well as IGMP Snooping set up and forwarded to the MMW server. As a result, when the phone connects via OpenVPN, it is allocated as if it were on a LAN, allowing sync/dlna to operate.

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