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el_caribe
Posts: 2
Registered: ‎09-02-2012
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Possible SSDP incompatibility - FIOS router MI424WR

Router: MI424WR

 

Here's the problem:  

I have a Samsung TV connected via ethernet cable to the FIOS router.  

I have a Samsung App installed on my IPhone that allows me to control my TV.

The Samsung App is unable to detect the TV on the network.

 

Here's what I know:

When I use my old netgear router instead of the FIOS router, the Samsung App is able to detect the TV

I used wireshark and this is what I found:

137.53.8.1 - Netgear Router

137.53.8.2 - IPhone 

137.53.8.6 - Samsung TV

 

The IPhone issues the following (actually several of these are issued).  This is the search

65    31.440449000     137.53.8.2      239.255.255.250   SSDP 193    M-SEARCH * HTTP/1.1 

 

within a few sec the following is issued by the TV.  This is a response to the search

79    40.656601000     137.53.8.6     239.255.255.250    SSDP 341    NOTIFY * HTTP/1.1 

 

Now, with the FIOS router:

 

192.168.1.1 - FIOS Router

192.168.1.4 - IPhone

192.168.1.5 - Samsung TV

 

The IPhone issues the following (actually several of these are issued).  This is the search

186729.463662000192.168.1.4239.255.255.250SSDP193M-SEARCH * HTTP/1.1 

 

The response (SSDP Notify)  is never seen.

 

Using a 'ping' app on my IPhone I was able to ping the TV from the IPhone.  

The TV can also access the internet just fine (e.g. samsung youtube app)

 

Here's what I've tried:

Logged into router, advanced settings, I've enabled both check boxes for universal plug and play and rebooted the router.  Did not solve the issue.

 

Would appreciate any help / tips.  Thanks.

 

 

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Anti-Phish
Posts: 1,098
Registered: ‎12-04-2009

Re: Possible SSDP incompatibility - FIOS router MI424WR

Try disabling the IGMP proxy.

Click on the Advanved icon.
Select IGMP proxy from the menu.
Select Disabled from the first pulldown.
Click Apply.

Please post back if that works.
 
 
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el_caribe
Posts: 2
Registered: ‎09-02-2012
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Re: Possible SSDP incompatibility - FIOS router MI424WR

That Fixed it.  Many thanks.

 

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