does your internet radio work?
And, to confirm, you are connected to wireless, see your media server, but can't connect?
if that's the case:
When the unit appears to be working fine, and can get on the internet, but can't find a local server, it's normally either the server, or some security software getting in the way.
-what firewall are you using?
-what antivirus software?
-What spyware software?
There are some settings on your router that can cause the soundbridge not to work properly with media sharing. Log into your router from your computer, and check the following settings:
You can normally find these under security, wireless setup, setup, advanced, or maintenance. If you can't find these settings, contact your router manufacturer. Not all will necessarily be present.
-UPNP - enable
-Multicast or IGMP - enable
-Filter Multicast - disable
-WMM - disable
-AP Isolation - disable
If you are connecting using wireless, try connecting via a wired connection. Some routers that filter multicast over wireless, don't filter it on a wired connection.
2. Your computer
a. Verify your firewall application is set to allow your music server to communicate.
b. If you have antivirus, the music server folder should be on the exceptions list.
c. if you have antivirus, make sure to check if your virus software also has built-in firewall.
Some do under the guise of worm protection software. Try temporarily disabling it to see if that fixes the problem.
Your firewall needs to have ports opened for your music server.
Itunes - you need TCP port 3689 and UDP port 5353.
Firefly - you need TCP port 9999 and UDP port 5353.
For windows media player,
-Ports: 10284, 10283, 10282, , 10281, 10280 - UDP
-Ports: 10243 - TCP
-Verify UPNP Framework is checked under exceptions. (UDP 1900, TCP 2869)
3. Try another music server to verify if the problem is only with your current music server. Please download firefly from our website, www.rokulabs.com
and install it.