UPNP (Universal Plug and Play) is a set of networking protocols that allows network components to see each other and use services of each other, such as data-sharing or media-streaming.

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I stopped MiniSSDPD, will something bad happen?

I have been trying to harden my Debian system by stopping and disabling the 20 or so unnecessary services listening by default. One of them is called "minissdpd". Apparently this provides "discovery" ...
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mpd to remote dlna

I currently use an mpd with 4 configured outputs, wired to speakers in the ceilings as home-made "multiroom" audio system. I would like to add wireless speakers, e.g. one like this. The question is: ...
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How to know if an IRQ value is free to use

If we add a device that does not support PNP (Plug-an Play), the manufacturer will hopefully provide explicit directions on how to assign IRQ values for it. However, if we don't know what IRQ value ...
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Access local UPNP and port forwarding while using OpenVPN

I have a laptop with Arch Linux and NetworkManager. When I connect to any wireless network I establish client OpenVPN connection to PrivateInternetAccess (my VPN provider) for privacy. SSH and ...
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Allow Rygel to talk to NetworkManager over DBUS?

I'm trying to run Rygel, a UPNP media server, on a headless Fedora 20 system. I installed Rygel, and created a dedicated user and systemd unit for it. Rygel starts but it is not listening on the port ...
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Can't access to miniDLNA

I wanted to install a dlna server on my asus eeepc, and tried minidlna. My eeepc runs Wheezy, so I just had to run apt-get install to install minidlna on it. The first time I ran it, everything worked ...
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Uncomplicated Firewall (UFW) and UPNP

Is it possible to configured UFW to allow UPNP between computers in the home network? Everything works if I turn off the firewall. I can see in syslog the firewall is blocking me. I've tried all ...