On the HDR-FOX, there is a file /mnt/hd2/Tsr/0.ts which I understand is the live TSR buffer. The question is: is there a way to make this file playable across the network? What I have tried so far: Create a symbolic link in My Video: . cd /media/"My Video" ln -s /mnt/hd2/Tsr/0.ts 0.ts . The result of this is a "0.ts" entry listed in the WebIF media browser in My Video, with a size of about 6GB. It is also listed in the Samba mount on the HD-FOX, but when I try to play it I get "cannot support this file format". . According to the WebIF media browser, the 0.ts symbolic link has not been indexed for DLNA, and it is not listed on the HDR-FOX media browser. Could this be due to the missing sidecar files? . Create a new Samba mount at the HD-FOX (using network shares automount) that mounts /mnt/hd2/Tsr. The 0.ts is not listed. . Install MediaTomb, and configure it to serve from /mnt/hd2/Tsr. On the HD-FOX, Media >> Storage (blue) >> Network shows up the MediaTomb server (in addition to the HDR-FOX native server), and 0.ts is listed. Play, and I get "cannot support this file format". Short of adding symbolic links to the .htm and .nts files, I'm out of ideas. I don't think it is that the 0.ts is encrypted, because encrypted files are usually reported as "scrambled" (it is only the video data that gets encrypted, not the container format). Anybody?