Here is some info which may be useful. I've tried this on the PC, but I'm not sure if this works on all NAS.
- If you leave the â€œhttpportâ€ setting blank it will default to port 9000
- If port 9000 is taken, the server will automatically scan for the next free port
- You can override the default HTTP port setting with your own setting. Typical values are in the range of 8000 to 9999
- After TwonkyServer is installed, it no longer reads the default INI file -- except when the user selects a â€˜reset to defaultsâ€™ command.
- Normally the server will use the twonkymedia-server.ini file, which is stored under the Applications/user folder. This is the same location where the server database is stored.
- Make sure to put the change in the twonkymedia-server.ini file (and not the twonkymedia-server-default.ini file)
- Make sure to restart TwonkyServer after making a change in the .ini file
- If TwonkyServer server is running you can also try this from your browser: http://127.0.0.1:9000/rpc/setoption?httpport=9200