@ule, are you aware if something does not work at the moment with your good code?
I have not problems with my speakers.
some times the hub can be blocked to receive dlna messages, just disconnect and reconnect the hub (this can happen with some update )
Try to check if your speakers are in DLNA mode , check with some app like audioremote from sony
If you still have problems I suggest to change the ip of the speaker with your router, its better if you assign a static ip to each speaker
Just adding to what some people experienced I have two Ggmm speakers that were working fine and stopped maybe two weeks ago, hub and router and speakers rebooted, very strange
Did anyone ever answer your question? I have the Riva Arena and it’s not being detected.
My apologies if this has been covered - didn’t find it in any searches. Is it not possible to specify the IP address of the speaker? Sometimes device discoveries go smooth and sometimes not so much.
Is there a reason that the Riva Arena wouldn’t show up in the discovery? I’ve scanned through the code and it looks like it should show up, but I haven’t had time to dig into the code completely.
If it helps, here’s a screenshot of the device from a uPNP scanner:
How long did you run discovery… It can sometimes take a couple of mins.
Also, I am using Samsung R1 and remember that I had to fully reset them at times before they were discovered.
If it says DLNA on the box I dont see a reason why the speaker would not work ultimately…
I’ve run the discovery several times with the times ranging from about 5 minutes to leaving it on the nightstand over night.
I’ve done a full reset and tried discovering while playing music. I noticed someone mentioned making the IP static. I’m going to try that when I get home, but the IP hasn’t changed since I first connected the speaker,m so I don’t have high hopes for that.
I have notice , some time the hub hang up the lan messages, just unplug and plug again, if this does not works, try to change the ip address of each speaker, you can achieve this with a static ip address in your router.