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Internet radio on Buffalo Linktheater
Just got one of these, and I can't get it to play radio stations.
I can access the web on the unit (which proves there is connectivity)
and can view and play all my media files but when I go to internet
radio it waits about 10 seconds and then reports "cannot connect to
The server software is running on my PC. I am on plusnet broadband
behind a NAT router and firewall. Maybe some ports need opening?
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