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2014 LG 42LB6300 no FF from NAS

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I have had my 2014 LG 42LB6300 for several years now, but one thing that bothers me the most is that I am not able to fast forward or rewind when I am watching movies (DiVX) from my Zyxel NSA221 NAS (DLNA support). It works perfectly from my 2011 LG 55LW6500 which does not have WebOS.

I also works when playing movies from USB stick or HDD, so it must have something to do with the XFS (or EXT4) filesystem.

In addition the TV will sometimes just stop the movie halfway though and start loading the next movie. I don't think it is an issue with my network since I have Gigabit throughout the house.

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Did you try some other DLNA server on NAS? I do not know what is the situation with Zyxel, but on my QNAP I can run Plex, Serviio, Twonky...

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On 7/23/2017 at 1:55 PM, nemilose said:

Did you try some other DLNA server on NAS? I do not know what is the situation with Zyxel, but on my QNAP I can run Plex, Serviio, Twonky...

I have have been meaning to install Plex but haven't had time to research and do it. I also bought a newer enclosure NSA 325 v2 but don't have drives yet (2x 4 TB). I know that one definitely supports Plex.

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