Mac Configuration - how do I get to the config html page?

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murfett-au
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Mac Configuration - how do I get to the config html page?

Post by murfett-au » Tue Jul 24, 2007 1:47 am

When I enter http://127.0.0.1:9000 in safari, I get a html pages with "PV Connect" on it, and 3 items (only): Music, Pictures and Video.

I can't see any area to configure anything.

I've used it on Windows, and there was a configuration page - how do I get to this on the Mac?

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Re: Mac Configuration - how do I get to the config html page?

Post by frank vh » Wed Dec 30, 2009 12:38 pm

I had a similar problem. I could not register because I could not enter the config page.
On my macBook I did get the config page.
Later I considered that maybe it was due to difference in number of items in the the shared folders.
On the config page it shows the number of files for video, audio and pics.
This number on my iMac was huge. It was still calculating the number and maybe rebuilding the database.

Anyhow, I managed to get to the config page, by moving all my video, music and picture content temporarily to a different folder. Immediately Safari (and Firefox, and Camino) was able to show the config page and I was able to enter my serial key!

For the rest: I'm extremely satisfied with the program! It shows almost every file from my Mac on my Samsung LED TV.

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Re: Mac Configuration - how do I get to the config html page?

Post by PeeBee » Wed Dec 30, 2009 7:18 pm

Try using the actual IP address of the server not the loopback address.

Also try the direct link to the Config page (http:\\<your-server-ip>:9000\config).

The page you are getting is the web browser normally found at http:\\<your-server-ip>:9000\webbrowse.

The page at http:\\<your-server-ip>:9000 is normally a starter screen with links to 3 browser versions and the config page.

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Re: Mac Configuration - how do I get to the config html page?

Post by durf » Thu Jan 21, 2010 7:59 pm

useful, thanks

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Re: Mac Configuration - how do I get to the config html page?

Post by scagfest » Thu Mar 25, 2010 3:23 pm

Hi all, I have the same problem but cant get the thing working at all.

1) Used to be able to access configuration page.
2) Configuration page one day disappeared. I get served an html page, but the options are missing (no maintenance link)
3) Using local host or real ip address produces same result.
4) Twonky still running fine, can stream from it using clients.
5) Have tried fresh install, but to no avail.

Anyone got any ideas? :?:

Thanks

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Re: Mac Configuration - how do I get to the config html page?

Post by dcginc » Wed Apr 21, 2010 6:48 pm

same prob, type in ip address get server timed out.

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Re: Mac Configuration - how do I get to the config html page?

Post by dcginc » Wed Apr 21, 2010 7:41 pm

i did what another poster did, i uninstalled TMS ver 5.xx and installed TMS ver 4.xxx and i have it up and running. I can now see my content on my iphone via PlugPlayer app as well.

I then went over to my Samsung BDC-6500 BluRay player. I can see my "eyeconnect" server which is a part of EyeTV video sharing (as I can see that too on the PlugPlayer app) but I cannot see the newly created media server that i labeled with TMS...

I can however see the newly created media server on PlugPlayer, not on the Samsung blu ray player yet.. i'll keep, plugging along..

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Re: Mac Configuration - how do I get to the config html page?

Post by dcginc » Wed Apr 21, 2010 7:57 pm

Can I assume that I cannot see content on two external Lacie Drives because they are not DNLA compliant. The are lacie triple interface 500 gig boxes.

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