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    Default Multiple Media Devices Shown for Same Media Player

    My Media Devices shows two separate entries for my SONY BDP device (SMP N100). Each entry has a different IP addresses. One ends in .3 and the other in .7 (the .7 shows up on my Netgear Router "Devices Attached" screen.

    Why does this happen and should I delete one of them and if so, which one? It seems to me that one may be stepping on the other.

    Also, I find that some video files will suddenly stop playing and load the next file. I am using the SONY BDP (NTSC) profile dated 12/22/2010.

    Appreciate any comments. I am new with Mezzmo and so far I am "reasonably" pleased with it. I will give it another couple of weeks and see.

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    Join Date
    Nov 2007
    Melbourne, Australia


    There is no need to delete one of those - they shouldn't interfere with each other. Does the BDP have both a wired and a wireless connection? If it does, it could have two IPs.

    With the video skipping to the next - it's possible that transcoding speed is not fast enough. Please turn on logging (see this thread: then try playing a video file that skips and once it does that, stop the server and send the logs to support (at) conceiva (dot) com

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