Internet Home Media with Windows 7
In theÂ earlier versions of Windows Operating Systems, some network policies blocked Internet access to Home Media and there was no option to unblock or configure it manually.
Windows 7 has made the Internet access to Home Media easier. The network policies of some corporate networks block the Internet access to Home Media. But, you can manually configure your home router to increase the possibility of unblocking Internet access to Home Media.
Some of the routers do not support the capability of automatically enabling the settings on your home router. So, you must use a Windows certified home router.
Try the following steps to manually enable the Windows 7 settings of your home router:
STEP 1. From a Internet Browser, go to the configuration Web page of your home router (for example go to http://192.168.0.1).
STEP 2. Find out the UpnP feature, enable it and save your settings.
STEP 3. Open Windows Media Player on your Windows 7 computer.
STEP 4. Now select 'Allow Internet access to Home Media' on the 'Stream' menu.
You can manually configure the router settings of your home router does not supports UpnP.
Follow these steps to determine the TCP port forwarded by home router to your home computer:
STEP 1. On the Stream menu in Windows Media Player, select 'Allow Internet access to Home Media'.
STEP 2. Now select 'Diagnose Connections' which is on the 'Internet Home Media Access' dialog box.
STEP 3. At the bottom of the window, click the Port forwarding information link to identify the TCP ports.
STEP 4. From a Internet browser, go to the configuration Web page of your home router (for example, http://192.168.0.1).
STEP 5. Now after Locating the 'Port Forwarding' feature enter all the TCP ports that you identified in step 3 and save your settings.
If you are installing a Bluetooth audio device on Windows 7 then you might need to install a non-Microsoft driver because Microsoft has removed the Bluetooth audio device drivers from Windows 7. If you don't have a non-Microsoft driver installed on Windows 7 then you can download it from Microsoft's website or from Windows 7 Update.
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