Randy Johnston | 1 Jul 05:59 2003

says HPNA STATIC on start-up

Saturday morning I turned on my AT and the song that way playing was
cutting in and out.  The server wasn't busy and the MP3 played fine the
day before.  So I turned everything off, reset the Linksys router and
bridge (WET11) and since then have not been able to get the AT connected
to the network.  I can see the bridge on the network.  I have changed
cables between the bridge and the AT.  I have switched back and forth
between DHCP and static.  I have reset factory defaults.  I have checked
all the network settings on the AT.  Nothing has worked at all.  I just
get "waiting for network".  When I start up the AT it says "HPNA
STATIC".  I have never used HPNA.  If I select HPNA or Ethernet, it
still always says HPNA when it starts up.  My fear is the Ethernet port
has died.  Anyone have any ideas?  I am sending this to support as well.
Firmware is 3.1.1

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Henry Turner | 1 Jul 13:39 2003
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Setting clock using the internet

Since upgrading my firmware to 3.1.1, I have been unable to set the clock using the internet servers.  The
display of the AT flashes "12:00:00 please set clock using web server".  When I click on the tab for manual
setting of the clock the display is perfect.  When I click on the tab for setting the clock with internet
server, it resets to above quotation.  What am I doing wrong?
Henry

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Andrew McDonald | 1 Jul 13:51 2003
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Re: Setting clock using the internet

Henry Turner wrote:

>Since upgrading my firmware to 3.1.1, I have been unable to set the clock using the internet servers.  The
display of the AT flashes "12:00:00 please set clock using web server".  When I click on the tab for manual
setting of the clock the display is perfect.  When I click on the tab for setting the clock with internet
server, it resets to above quotation.  What am I doing wrong?
>
>
I assume you have set the address of the time server?  The upgrade of
the firmware would probably have wiped out all settings, including this
one.  On the page where you can set time using the internet you should
have some address like "tick.usno.navy.mil".

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Kimmo Suominen | 1 Jul 17:59 2003
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Re: New All in One Machine !

I guess I should send a reminder about the netaudio list as well:

    From: Kimmo Suominen <kim <at> tac.nyc.ny.us>
    To:   Audiotron <at> MAILLIST.VOYETRA.COM
    Date: Mon, 05 May 2003 17:52:56 -0400
    ID:   <20030505215256.283777E4B <at> beowulf.gw.com>
    Subj: Re: [AT] Mailing Lists

    I created a list netaudio <at> mx.gw.com, which anyone interested could
    subscribe to at http://mx.gw.com/mailman/listinfo/netaudio

    Regards,
    + Kim

The list charter includes both audio and video, regardless of its name.

Cheers,
+ Kim

| From:    David Brown <dbrown2 <at> SC.RR.COM>
| Date:    Mon, 30 Jun 2003 11:37:33 -0400
|
| Per your advice.
|
| For anyone that would like to move topics like this off this list to
| another.
|
| send email to:
| imailsrv <at> pipe-dream.org
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Henry Turner | 1 Jul 18:41 2003
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Re: Setting clock using the internet

I had the address from before the upgrade on the page, which worked fine.  Since that did not work, I tried
several others from TB's list and none worked/are working!

I just noticed also, that the radio stations are not loading as before.  I reset the AT to static address and
wonder if the router might be stopping the AT from access the internet?  Could that be the problem?
Henry
>
> From: Andrew McDonald <andy <at> MCDONALDZ.NET>
> Date: 2003/07/01 Tue AM 07:51:36 EDT
> To: AUDIOTRON <at> MAILLIST.VOYETRA.COM
> Subject: Re: [AT] Setting clock using the internet
>
> Henry Turner wrote:
>
> >Since upgrading my firmware to 3.1.1, I have been unable to set the clock using the internet servers.  The
display of the AT flashes "12:00:00 please set clock using web server".  When I click on the tab for manual
setting of the clock the display is perfect.  When I click on the tab for setting the clock with internet
server, it resets to above quotation.  What am I doing wrong?
> >
> >
> I assume you have set the address of the time server?  The upgrade of
> the firmware would probably have wiped out all settings, including this
> one.  On the page where you can set time using the internet you should
> have some address like "tick.usno.navy.mil".
>
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Johan Kölhi | 1 Jul 18:54 2003
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Random Album Feature again

Hi Seth,

Any news for us random album feature fans?

When will the next version of the firmware be released? Any plans of
getting the feature into this release plan perhaps?

/JK

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Johan Kölhi | 1 Jul 19:04 2003
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Re: Random Album Feature again

OK, sounds good.

Write us a line when you know more, please!

/JK

Seth Dotterer wrote:

>I'm hoping - but don't have any specifics yet...
>
> -- seth
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Johan Kölhi [mailto:jk <at> FLUFFCLUB.NET]
>Sent: Tuesday, July 01, 2003 12:54 PM
>To: AUDIOTRON <at> MAILLIST.VOYETRA.COM
>Subject: [AT] Random Album Feature again
>
>
>Hi Seth,
>
>Any news for us random album feature fans?
>
>When will the next version of the firmware be released? Any plans of
>getting the feature into this release plan perhaps?
>
>/JK
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Seth Dotterer | 1 Jul 18:55 2003

Re: Random Album Feature again

I'm hoping - but don't have any specifics yet...

 -- seth

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Sent: Tuesday, July 01, 2003 12:54 PM
To: AUDIOTRON <at> MAILLIST.VOYETRA.COM
Subject: [AT] Random Album Feature again

Hi Seth,

Any news for us random album feature fans?

When will the next version of the firmware be released? Any plans of
getting the feature into this release plan perhaps?

/JK

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Graydon Patterson | 1 Jul 18:44 2003

Re: "Access Denied" in Windows 2003 Domain?

I recently had the same problem, switched from a Windows XP server to
Windows 2003 Server. I had to turn off the domain and DNS server options
(till I figure it out - I couldn't even get myself logged in). Right now,
Windows 2003 is just running like a regular OS with files and folder being
shared. I set the music folders to be owned by the Audiotron user name; I
told Audiotron what specific folders I had shared, and I reset the user name
and password in Audiotron. I had to cold start the Audiotron, and it
recognized all the folders I had wanted it to.

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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Turtle Beach Audiotron User Forum
> [mailto:AUDIOTRON <at> MAILLIST.VOYETRA.COM]On Behalf Of Tim Hill
> Sent: June 29, 2003 22:32
> To: AUDIOTRON <at> MAILLIST.VOYETRA.COM
> Subject: [AT] "Access Denied" in Windows 2003 Domain?
>
>
> I recently upgraded by small home network from Win2000 to Win2003, and
> ever since my AT has been totally unable to access any of the
> computers/shares on my network (XP or Win2003). All I get is "Access to
> host denied" messages when I try to scan for files (it finds all the
> computers, just cannot access them).
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Gregory Matthew Haskins | 1 Jul 19:22 2003
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Support for Compilation Albums

Hi All,
        I mentioned this before (under the "Tagging Problems" thread), but I thought I might send it out again under
its own subject.  The current implementation of firmware isn't "compilation album" friendly, because
you can only chose to display albums under the Album menu as "Artist-Album" or "Album".  I would like to be
able to select "Album-Artist" as another choice.  

The problem is that compilation albums come out really weird, as pointed out by Steven Jackson in the
original thread.  For instance, my wife has a CD called "Celtic Moods" (please, no flames on music taste ;)
which has various artists on it.  When searching through the collections with "Artist-Album", it doesn't
show up in the "C"s, of course, because its showing alphabetically by Artist name, which are all over the
place.  I like the way this option works for normal (i.e. non-compilation) albums, but to me, the trade off
is not worth it.  Switching to just "Album" fixes the original problem, but now it becomes more difficult to
know exactly what you are getting since the artist isn't displayed and you have to remember who it is based
upon their album title.  I would like to see "Album-Artist" as a display option, if at all possible, in some
future firmware release.

At first, I was slightly uncomfortable with the concept of searching alphabetically by Album name instead
of Artist after getting used to the AT the way it was by default.  Then I realized that all of my music
management applications do this very thing when I search by album, and it seems perfectly natural.  If I
want to find an artist, I go through the Artist interface, and if I want an album, I go through the Album
interface.  Makes sense to me.  Any one else concur?

-g

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