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i2Paq
2005-11-16, 03:05
Hi,

I was wondering if the Slimserver would work with other devices such as the Netgear MP101?

mherger
2005-11-16, 03:18
> I was wondering if the Slimserver would work with other devices such as
> the Netgear MP101?

I don't know about the Netgear. But as long as you can directly connect to
a MP3 stream it should work. I think eg. Barix Netstreamers are fine.

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DrNic
2005-11-16, 03:38
Hi,

I was wondering if the Slimserver would work with other devices such as the Netgear MP101?

AFAIK No.
The Netgear is a UPnP device - slimserver is not.

Use Twonky Server - I think thats what most people prefer for the MP101...

Nic

i2Paq
2005-11-16, 03:48
AFAIK No.
The Netgear is a UPnP device - slimserver is not.

Use Twonky Server - I think thats what most people prefer for the MP101...

Nic

I use the riginal server software that came with the MP 101, works well for me.
I just came up with this questions as I'm looking for replacing the MP 101 and found that the products of Slim Devices could be the one.

mherger
2005-11-16, 04:00
> I just came up with this questions as I'm looking for replacing the MP
> 101 and found that the products of Slim Devices could be the one.

Can't you define mp3 streams in the player? You could try to connect to
http://yourserver:9000/stream.mp3

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DrNic
2005-11-16, 14:39
I use the riginal server software that came with the MP 101, works well for me.
I just came up with this questions as I'm looking for replacing the MP 101 and found that the products of Slim Devices could be the one.

No problems!
I have a friend who curses non-stop about the proprietory server software from Netgear. He has never got the internet radio to work at all. He eventually used Twonky and is very happy now!
You would not be disappointed if you chose to upgrade to a Squeezebox. Despite a few seemingly bad experiences there are many "unsung" flawless installs taking place.

Happy streaming in whatever you decide!

Nic