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Kip McSkipster
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Cannot access Firefly through browser

Sun Jun 08, 2008 11:36 am

I at one point had Firefly running perfectly on my DNS-323. At some point something went awry and I could no longer access it at the address http://192.168.0.200:3689. I have tried deleting all my telnet/firefly files and re-installing. Still no luck. I am able to telnet into the DNS-323 using a different IP (192.168.0.108) - is this the problem? I have been following "FireFly in Standalone Mode" Method 1 from http://wiki.dns323.info/howto:firefly to a "T". I have input the four commands listed there and I think it says Firefly has started?

Should I be using a more recent build of Firefly and if so, how do I update the one I have now?

Thanks, E
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Kip McSkipster
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Password

Mon Jun 09, 2008 5:02 am

Thanks for the reply, bregent. Yup, I tried that IP repeatedly with no success. But it's funny - when you posted I clicked your link and all of a sudden it was asking me for a user/password, which I was never able to get to before. The problem is, nothing is taking. I gather the user should be blank and the default password is "mt-daapd" but it's not working. Again, if anyone has suggestions I'm all ears.
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Tue Jun 10, 2008 1:38 am

Default password depends on the version. Used to be "mt-daapd" - later was "firefly". Either way it's held in the mt-daapd.conf file so you can see/change it outside of Firefly if needed. User name is not needed (or never has been for me, anyway).
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