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  1. I have a solution to this, but it has some limitations. I have a TP-LINK 1043ND router with OpenWRT ([email protected]@0.6 Barrier Breaker 14.07) This openwrt build has miniDLNA included, and can - of course - mount external harddrive. Through DLNA you can see your content from your external HDD. Now my problem is that I am using the router quite a lot and it stops with OOM Kill errors the DLNA daemon. The biggest number of videos it would able to present to the TV was 67 - although there are tons of pictures, music, and videos on the drive. Any suggestion is more then welcome. ps: I am thinking about a standalone NAS with DLNA instead of putting all the load on the router which has only 400Hz processor and 32MB RAM