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post #1 of 2 Old 01-24-2013, 03:12 PM - Thread Starter
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I just purchased the Panasonic TC-L42E5 and am trying to take advantage of the DLNA aspect of the TV
My home is networked to a W7 64 bit PC that acts in my home as a server. The PC is connected to a Verizon FIOS router and then runs to a Monoprice 8port switch. I have CAT6a run to various rooms where I have both a Boxee Box and a WD TV Live player operating, no problems.

I connected the Panny to my home network ethernet connection and it immediately connected to the internet.
How do I get it to see my home PC network?

I get a "dlna server not found" message when I try to connect. Does this require I run something like Serviio or some other media server?

Thanks for any help, the "smart" TV's are new to me.
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Never mind, DL'd Serviio and got everything going my way.
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