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Foxsat HD as DLNA Client?

Discussion in 'FOXSAT-HD Freesat Receiver' started by Cancunia, Oct 9, 2012.

  1. Cancunia

    Cancunia Member

    Hi, I have a HDR Fox T2 Freeview PVR and I'm wondering if I can use that to act as a DLNA server for the Foxsat HD (not HDR), or if I can use the Foxsat HD as DLNA client from a different DLNA server such as Twonky, I guess that if it'll do one then it'll do the other.

    Thanks
     
  2. grahamlthompson

    grahamlthompson Well-Known Member

    Without a HDD there's no files to serve, you only have live digital and analogue outputs.
     
  3. hairy_mutley

    hairy_mutley Member

  4. raydon

    raydon Well-Known Member

    I can, The Foxsat HD does not provide DLNA client functionality either. It's just a no-frills Freesat receiver, plain and simple.