Wireless Streaming of video (DLNA + Media Servers like Twonky)
I'm having issues streaming over my wireless network. I have a need to stream some video over my wireless network from my QNAP Storage array running Twonky to a PS3. The setup is this (all on the same subnet)
QNAP NAS --rj45-- switch --rj45-- WLC -- wireless AP -- PS3 (all on 172.16.10.x/24)
To ensure that this is neither a QNAP or PS3 issue, I have created the following topology which works fine:
QNAP NAS --rj45-- switch --rj45-- PS3 (all on 172.16.10.x/24)
I have tried some other things over the wireless (like streaming video from my QNAP to my MAC which works fine as I attach directly to the QNAP using the media server application) it appears that broadcast isn't working as Twonky is relying on some type of DLNA/uPNP function. BTW -- I tried other applications like iTunes firefly server -- it also only works over a wired connection.
My wireless setup is straightforward in that I have the SSID broadcast (everything is on the same subnet) no advanced options like spoofing or snooping, no IPS, etc. I'm just using a PSK.
Also -- the PS3 can connect to the QNAP server when I use a www browser so I know IP connectivity is there for wireless.
Any ideas of what I can do to enable this to work?
I have a Cisco 2500 running 22.214.171.124 and AIR-LAP1141N access points.