Originally Posted by Yankees24
Did I post in the wrong forum ?.....The ipod is hooked up through an analog cable to the receiver and I would prefer to not have to disconnect and then connect my ipod all the time, as opposed to sharing the files of the PS3 over my network and play music to anywhere around the house.....in other words music from the ipod is limited to one location.
Naw you didn't post in the wrong section, its just that all of the bs about paramount being posted, you probably caught some people off guard by not threatening to sell your ps3.
So I understand it right, you want to have the ps3 as the server and other devices as the clients? If so I don't think that's possible. I think the DLNA implimentation in the PS3 is client only. You can't share that media on the system. The easiest solution I've found is to have it on a PC and share it out to other devices. My 360, PS3, laptop, and cellphone (sometimes) all point towards my HTPC for music and it works well enough.