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#231416 - 24/08/2004 08:42 Trio 0.1.5 SSDP problem
ChrisL
stranger

Registered: 27/12/2002
Posts: 12
Paul,

Cheers for the update - I've been looking forward to it. A couple of general comments before I ask for help! - I'm using flac files fine with 0.1.4 alpha5 over wireless - I was experiencing issues which were related to my (single) unit picking up a different IP address each time I restarted my pc. I believe that trio was trying to send music to these ‘phantom’ units thus exceeding the bandwidth available on the wireless network.
In the absence of a DHCP server that I can make a reservation on, I got round this by creating a trio.xlm with no units specified then, using the startup batch file, I overwrote trio.xlm each time with the blank one.
Flac plays fine, so the bandwidth is there in the 802.11b network to play lossless files (at least on a single unit).

Anyway - onto my query - I made a few changes last night to my pc - First I installed XP service pack 2 - Trio/jrec 1.4 worked fine still. Then I upgraded to trio 1.5 and this seemed to break it. The Rio boots fine but I get the SSDP discovery error on the LCD when I select artist or album from the menu. I tried the troubleshooting step of changing the broadcast address (my machine is multihomed) but still no joy.

Any ideas?

Cheers in advance

Chris

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#231417 - 24/08/2004 09:42 Re: Trio 0.1.5 SSDP problem [Re: ChrisL]
pauln
enthusiast

Registered: 03/12/2001
Posts: 332
Loc: UK
Chris,

Firstly, on the dhcp reservation thing, tRio now uses the player's MAC addresses instead of their ip addresses and so you can probably do away with the overwriting step. Give it a try and if it works I'll add it to the "what's new" list of sourceforge.

On the ssdp failure problem, please let me know:
1. what broadcast address you specified
2. what your trio and jreceiver ip addresses are
3. what your subnet mask is
A copy of your trio.xml would also be good.

Cheers
Paul

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#231418 - 24/08/2004 14:29 Re: Trio 0.1.5 SSDP problem [Re: pauln]
chrislivesey
new poster

Registered: 19/08/2003
Posts: 4
Cheers for the assistance.

The Trio and Jrec IP address is 192.168.0.1 with a standard Mask of 255.255.255.0
I specified 192.168.0.255 after having initial problems but it still doesnt work. I've attched the trio.xml file

Cheers once again

Chris


Attachments
230514-trio.xml (238 downloads)


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#231419 - 24/08/2004 15:11 Re: Trio 0.1.5 SSDP problem [Re: chrislivesey]
pauln
enthusiast

Registered: 03/12/2001
Posts: 332
Loc: UK
Chris,

I've had a look and can't see anything obviously wrong with what you've done. The only other thing it might be is if you haven't installed the Rio Driver (http://jreceiver.sourceforge.net/rio/jrec-install-rio.html ) part of the JReceiver install - but this seems unlikely.

And so I guess it'll have to be back to the old-fashioned way. Shutdown tRio, edit trio.xml and change <server> entry for jrec so that: url="http://192.168.0.1:8080" (you shouldn't need the /jrec_serv/servlet/RPC2 suffix anymore).

Cheers
Paul

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#231420 - 24/08/2004 16:09 Re: Trio 0.1.5 SSDP problem [Re: pauln]
chrislivesey
new poster

Registered: 19/08/2003
Posts: 4
Using the old fashioned way works - i'll do some more digging to see if it's anything to do with my particular setup.... I'll let you know if I come up with anything.

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#231421 - 25/08/2004 00:45 Re: Trio 0.1.5 SSDP problem [Re: chrislivesey]
Jerz
addict

Registered: 13/07/2002
Posts: 634
Loc: Jesusland
If it's any consolation I could never get the ssdp discovery to work either so if you find a solution please post it. Otherwise the "old fashioned way" is definately not a problem for me.

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