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It does, it's in the host header. If the webinterface cannot properly create links to itself, then it's a bug in the webinterface. But you shouldn't open the webinterface to the outside world anyway. Is there any solution? ET9000, 75E - 30W. Re: Xtrend ET9200, streaming, vlc, issues #4, pr2. Senior Member 1,075 posts 32 Good Posted 18:36 Yes open port TCP 8001 for the outside world towards your STB and change the IP in the URL with your dns entry. Doing a connection to the port 8001 won't give you anything. Here is a sample of what a valid request looks like: http 12D:3E1C:13F:82: This will start streaming TF1 HD from Hotbird 13.0E, pr2. Thanks. Re: Xtrend ET9200, streaming, vlc, issues #2, pr2. Senior Member 1,075 posts 32, good, posted 21:19, you need to connect to the webif and then click on the TV symbol to get the m3u file to be able to stream. But I still don't know why this way streaming films from the hdd doesn't work. Do you have to open another port for this? Re: Xtrend ET9200, streaming, vlc, issues #7 Robinson Senior Member 1,684 posts 18 Neutral Posted 22:36 I just tried. I tried this on different boxes but the only thing working so far was to download the file and start watching the temp-file while it was downloading. Re: Xtrend ET9200, streaming, vlc, issues #10 Pr2 Senior Member 1,075 posts 32 Good Posted 17:58 Yes that's why I told you the.m3u that is download, of course, doesn't know your external IP. Xtrend ET-9000 Openpli 4.0: Hotbird 13.0E, Astra 19.2E, Eutelsat5A 5.0W Sundtek DVB-C. Re: Xtrend ET9200, streaming, vlc, issues #3, robinson, senior Member 1,684 posts 18, neutral, posted 22:03, if I can just cut in. M3u file and change the internal IP address with your external DNS. Port seems to be 80 (standard http port). Xtrend ET-9000 Openpli 4.0: Hotbird 13.0E, Astra 19.2E, Eutelsat5A 5.0W Sundtek DVB-C Re: Xtrend ET9200, streaming, vlc, issues #9 Satpal Senior Member 103 posts 1 Neutral Posted 14:54 Of course I used the external IP, how else could I even.