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#1 pierie

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Posted 18 August 2010 - 06:42 PM

i have xmbc(the last one from t3ch)which has a youtube plugin in it.
but when i launch that plugin nothing is work.
it shows a message for 1/5 of 1 second but i cant read so fast...(who can....)

is it possible that i can install another working youtube plugin this days?

or what i also was thinking:
is there a way to stream google video to my xbox 1?
that would be awesome since there are many interesting vids on google video.
i heard it can via the xbox360 but i did not find one for the older xbox.

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Posted 18 August 2010 - 09:31 PM

QUOTE(pierie @ Aug 18 2010, 07:42 PM) View Post

i have xmbc(the last one from t3ch)which has a youtube plugin in it.
but when i launch that plugin nothing is work.
it shows a message for 1/5 of 1 second but i cant read so fast...(who can....)

is it possible that i can install another working youtube plugin this days?

or what i also was thinking:
is there a way to stream google video to my xbox 1?
that would be awesome since there are many interesting vids on google video.
i heard it can via the xbox360 but i did not find one for the older xbox.

greets
pierie



ok i checked with an program called''upnp test''.
here are the results:
CODE

TEST 1 - Operating System Support - PASSED
TEST 2 - SSDP Service Running Check - PASSED
TEST 3 - SSDP Service Automatic Check - PASSED
TEST 4 - UPnPHost Service Running Check - PASSED
TEST 5 - UPnPHost Service Automatic Check - PASSED
TEST 6 - UPnP Framework Firewall Exception Check - PASSED
TEST 7 - Adapter #0 - 192.168.1.6 - FAILED
TEST 8 - Get External IP Address - FAILED

UPnP Test Program v1.16 Copyright Mark Gillespie 2010

(in my xbox the ip is 192.168.1.2 btw)
and i enabled the'' Networking: "Internet Gateway Device Discovery and Control Client" "UPnP User Interface''in controlpanel add or remove''in windows self)added

now i have an davolink dv2020 modem with router in one.(2 in one)

test7 failed ,i went to the website of the owner with the''fixing problems''and it says this:
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http://www.markgillespie.co.uk/upnp/test7tips.htm
Test 7 Failures

Problem: Windows is ready to receive UPnP messages, but they are never arriving.  When the test tool runs this test, it requests to map a port on the router (TCP 1345), and checks the routers response, if successful, it then deletes this port mapping.

This is the tricky problem to fix, as there are so many problems that can cause this.  I will list as many as possible. Before doing anything, ensure you are running XP Service Pack 2, and if not, stop here, and go get it...  If you are connecting via a USB device, also forget it.

Windows Problems

You have installed another firewall in addition to the Windows firewall, and it's blocking the UPnP messages.  (create a rule for UDP 1900 and TCP 2869)
You have installed some other software that is interfering somehow with the UPnP messages.  Norton Internet Security is a good example here.  Many people still fail these tests, and it's down to the Norton/Symantec firewall.  Bottom line:  Remove it, or live without UPnP.
You need to add the following optional networking components, in Control Panel, Add/Remove Windows Components, Networking:  "Internet Gateway Device Discovery and Control Client" "UPnP User Interface"
Router Problems

Your router does not support UPnP!!  if you have a modem, stop now.  UPnP will NOT work.
Your router has a USB connection to your PC.  UPnP will only work in NAT mode, which requires Ethernet connection (I believe).
The UPnP service is not enabled on the router side (consult the hardware manufacturers documentation on how to enable it)
The router is not broadcasting it's UPnP capabilities often enough.  You may find after a while UPnP starts working, this is why.  Some routers allow you to change the interval the UPnP data is sent, other have it set to stupidly high numbers.]
You routers UPnP implementation is broken. Many are.  I have a list of known good and bad configurations here  All you can do, is check to see if your manufacturer has released a firmware update to fix things, or complain to them.


If after trying all of the above, you still cannot get things to work, then unplugging the router for a while, doing a hard reset and loading default values (make sure you know how to set it back up again before doing this last step).


it says that i have to enable the upnp in my router.
but there is no option to enable upnp,or i cant find it.
is there a way to port forward it or something else?
i also find out on google that the davolink dv2020 dont have upnp on it..

i also have eset smart security as antivirus(all in one,same as nod32),
must i make a rule in it,and if so,how do i do?
what ports must i make open?

i dont really know how to fix it.
the problem is as far as i can think is''upnp''thats not enabled good(as result when i tested it with the upnp test log provided by program above)

i hope someone know how to fix this issue...

greets
pierie

Edited by pierie, 18 August 2010 - 09:52 PM.


#3 pattythefatty

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Posted 18 August 2010 - 10:22 PM

have you tried Navi-x? If I am remembering correctly the media portal has a you tube channel built in. but it's been awhile since i used it.
http://website.navi-x.org/
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Posted 19 August 2010 - 12:24 AM

thnx for the sitelink!
it looks good,unfortunally for the download for xbox that ftp is down on this moment.....
but i bookmarked and shall check it tomorrow!

right now its late and i go to sleep but thnx for the link.

i go check it out tomorrow!

greets
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Edited by pierie, 19 August 2010 - 12:35 AM.


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Posted 19 August 2010 - 12:35 AM

sorry double post by accident

Edited by pierie, 19 August 2010 - 12:36 AM.





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