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The problem:

I had funplug & Twonky Server 7 running on my Dlink DNS320 (guide:

Now I want to share my Twonky library over internet using dyndns but failed.


I modified [dyndns] section in the file: /ffp/opt/twonky/twonkyserver-default.ini


but the library links still show local IP, for e.g:$3$27I157706.wmv

Things I tried:

  • Restart Twonky
  • Reinstall Twonky
  • Rename twonkyserver-default.ini --> twonkyvision-default.ini (as some forums suggested)

No chance. Any ideas?

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You can modify your twonky config.js to allow relative root path. It will output the URL as http://<your_host_file>/<url_to_your_files.


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Link is unfortunately dead. – kapa May 27 '14 at 16:46

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