I can access my HP Server from my android phone. I've proved this by doing a telnet test to port 22 where there is a sshd process running. So this proves to me that routing between my wireless and wired network is basically working.
I suspect the problem is at a port level, maybe a firewall problem.
Serviio listens on port 8895. I can telnet to port 8895 from my Android phone.
I've read that uPNP uses ports 1900 (UDP) and 2869 (TCP). However, I'm not sure what to do with this information.
Please can anyone help?
I'm having problems with upnp.
I have the following networking set up:
ADSL modem - Thompson TG585 v8. This is linked to a NetGear GS724T 24 port switch.
Plugged into the switch is a HP server running Serviio and my Samsung smart TV.
Also, plugged into the switch is a Netgear DG834Gv3 wireless router. I've configured this to act as a wireless access point on my network. I've turned off DHCP on this. So everything on the network should get IP addresses from the Thompson router.
The IP addresses are:
- Thompson 192.168.1.254
- Netgear GS725T - 192.168.1.7
- HP server - 192.168.1.75
- TV - 192.168.1.64
- Netgear GS834G - 192.168.1.100
I've an android phone (Samsung Galaxy S) and a Google Nexus 7 tablet. Running on these is BubbleUPNP. I want to use them as a UPNP controller.
However, I can't see the Serviio server on the wireless network. But the two android devices can see each other acting as UPNP servers.
Everything on the wired side of the network can see each other.
Things have intermittently worked over wireless, but very infrequently - e.g. 5% of the time.
Can anyone please suggest where I'm going wrong?