Hope this is the appropriate spot for this, if not, feel free to move it.
I got a new Belkin AC 1200 router that has "My Twonky" Media Server built in. I tried chatting with Belkin but my "free" tech support has expired as of last month. So they said to contact Twonky.
My problem is this: When I plug in my Seagate compact USB external HD to my router and turn the media server (My Twonky/DLNA) "on" it starts to load all my music files (I have 90,000+) but after just a few thousand are "loaded", it kills my whole internet and I have to reboot my router and modem. I can't for the life of me figure out why this happens. It's done it 3-4 times. I've used two different hard drives as well. Same thing happens. I may get a couple thousand files loaded and then poof, it all stops and my internet dies.
So does My Twonky have some kind of cap/max in place that causes this?? I wouldn't think it would, but you never know.
If anyone can enlighten me or steer me to a way to make this work, I'd greatly appreciate it. I got a new tablet and had high hopes that I could listen to the music I have stored on that new hard drive.
All help/ideas are appreciated!
Last edited by Alfer
on Wed Dec 03, 2014 10:15 pm, edited 1 time in total.