Nas326 Twonky Server broken after firmware update.

So my Twonky server no longer works.
It's on, but the web address no longer works.
And my Smart TVs show no files being shared.
It worked perfectly before the firmware update (5.21.10), there appears to be no way to rollback the firmware. Nothing else on my system has changed.

Can it be fixed, or do I throw my NAS326 away and buy a Synology in it's place?


Accepted Solution

  • Dexter
    Dexter Posts: 108  Ally Member
    Answer ✓
    Are you able to open the browser 192.168.1.3:9001 on the browser with incognito web page ?
    You can also check the config on the NAS326, use telnet to login NAS and access as root user to
    check the command below
    cat /ram_bin/usr/local/dmsf/conf/twonkyserver.ini
    In the file the http port should stay the same in 9001
    # HTTP Server Port
    httpport=9001


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  • SarahJH
    SarahJH Posts: 4
    edited March 10
    Enable/untick enable/apply/reset make no difference to the Twonky status and setting address ....... this site cannot be reached. Twonky server on my NAS310 (192.168.1.23:9001) works perfectly so it's not a router problem, it's a Twonky on the NAS326 problem.
  • SarahJH
    SarahJH Posts: 4
    edited March 10
    Dexter said:
    Are you able to open the browser 192.168.1.3:9001 on the browser with incognito web page ?
    You can also check the config on the NAS326, use telnet to login NAS and access as root user to
    check the command below
    cat /ram_bin/usr/local/dmsf/conf/twonkyserver.ini
    In the file the http port should stay the same in 9001
    # HTTP Server Port
    httpport=9001


    Using WinSCP I logged into the NAS ........ twonkyserver.ini had 
    # Port of the http server
    httpport=

    Which I edited to
    # Port of the http server
    httpport=9001

    Still can't access the page ............. incognito also the same.



    No Wait ........... unticked the 'enable Twonky server' box.
    Hit 'apply'
    ticked the 'enable Twonky server' box.
    Hit 'apply'.
    Hit 'status and setting' 192.168.1.3:9001

    AND ........


    Thanks, you fixed it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



  • Dexter
    Dexter Posts: 108  Ally Member
    edited March 10

    May I know which firmware are you using before upgrading the firmware to the latest one?
    As I upgrade frimware from the previous one V5.21 AAZF.9, I do not meet the issue
  • SarahJH
    SarahJH Posts: 4
    Dexter said:

    May I know which firmware are you using before upgrading the firmware to the latest one?
    As I upgrade frimware from the previous one V5.21 AAZF.9, I do not meet the issue
    I've used them all as they were released.

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