Originally Posted by Jack@Micca
Try flashing to the latest firmware and change the DLNA device name from EP950 to EP600 (the firmware is shared between these two units). Turn the DLNA DMR feature on and it should show up on your Windows 7 computer in the Network section as a connectable device. iMediaShare should also list it as an available media destination once you click on a media file to play.
Can you check the network connectivity of the EP600 first?
I actually flashed to the HiMedia HD900 firmware the 22.214.171.124 in an attempt to fix this problem. I didn't know that it mattered what the device name is. I had it set to "Micca" and now it is set to "EP600".
There's no change though. I don't see the device on my network.
DLNA DMR is set to on. network connectivity is fine, all tests passed, i can use the browser and play media on my pc by manually finding it.
i just need to control it with dlna and nothing is recognizing it even though it is connected by lan cable and can communicate with my pc.
I have a Micca G2 Ep600 with 126.96.36.199 firmware from himedia for the 900 series, D-Link DIR-655 wireless router connected to it, windows 7 ultimate 64 bit pc with gigabit ethernet, and an hp touchpad with android on it that I want to use as a DLNA remote to push content from my desktop pc to my Micca. My Micca is then hooked up by hdmi to an onkyo tx-sr606 7.1 surround system. and an hdmi out goes to the hdtv.