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Why are we disappointed with the best streaming media box on the market?

Gordon 10 Silver badge

Re: @NonSSL

LAN Content - works fine:

https://support.roku.com/article/208754908-how-to-use-roku-media-player-to-play-your-videos-music-and-photos

DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) is a standard technology that enables sharing of content between devices connected over a network. To play content stored on another device or computer on your Roku device using DLNA, the other device must be running DLNA server software and must be on the same network as your Roku device. Some routers and NAS (Network Attached Storage) devices have a built in DLNA server.

Roku Media Player has been tested to work with the following DLNA servers:

Windows Media Player/Center

Serviio

Plex

Twonky

MiniDLNA/ReadyDLNA/ReadyMedia

PlayOn

For information on setting up a DLNA server, consult the associated online support site.

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