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Topic # 147000 5-Jun-2014 12:43
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need some help here usual ports not working. will post more if someone can help

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  Reply # 1059876 5-Jun-2014 15:35
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You might need to post more before someone can help. Not sure what you want to know.

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  Reply # 1059885 5-Jun-2014 16:01
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Hi i can access the webif interface so can view epg, watch recorded stuff but i can't stream live content. I was using http port 80 https 8080 and everytbing was fine but after an update those ports are not working. vlc says 'Your input can't be opened:
VLC is unable to open the MRL

'http://192.168.1.121:8080/1:0:1:40B:16:2F:6400000:0

:0:0:'. Check the log for details.'

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1059897 5-Jun-2014 16:24
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What image are you running? There's forums around for the various images - you might get a better response on one of those perhaps?

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  Reply # 1059900 5-Jun-2014 16:34
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Open pli. had same problem last year and managed to fix myself but no luck this time. no answers then on PLI site. thanks

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  Reply # 1059902 5-Jun-2014 16:36
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Are you sure that is the correct port? Can you download a stream.m3u or similar file? that should have the correct url inside of it when opened in notepad.
I am not running a vuduo - but mine uses port 8001 as default.

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  Reply # 1059906 5-Jun-2014 16:49
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Can't download any stream but can access and play recorded file from within webif. that is a t.sm3u file

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  Reply # 1059914 5-Jun-2014 17:10
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My TV3 stream url from openwebif looks like;
http://192.168.2.64/web/stream.m3u?ref=1:0:1:77E:15:2F:6400000:0:0:0:&name=TV3

So to watch this stream from say VLC, http://192.168.2.64:8001/1:0:1:77E:15:2F:6400000:0:0:0:



The stream is the pic of the TV above the min timer.

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  Reply # 1059920 5-Jun-2014 17:22
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Haven't posted enough to upload but my webif looks just like yours and the url is just 'http://192.168.1.121/#'
need to leave this now wasted a day got study to do but if you have any more ideas please post thanks

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  Reply # 1059932 5-Jun-2014 17:41
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This looks like the place to ask

http://openpli.org/forums/

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  Reply # 1061548 8-Jun-2014 22:28
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Thanks for your help. Will post to open PLI when i get a chance. Meanwhile have set up XBMC and that is working well for live streaming. Interesting ports I tried for webif are working for XMBC!

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