Discover and explore your local network. Search for DLNA compatible devices like media servers, TVs, wireless
speakers, printers, security cameras, home sensors, lights, HVAC thermostats, LAN/WAN network devices and so on...
DLNA Browser is a very powerful tool for discover the available DLNA (UPnP) capable devices on your home or office local network.
Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) is a nonprofit collaborative standards organization established by Sony and Intel in June 2003, that is responsible for defining interoperability guidelines to enable sharing of digital media between multimedia devices. DLNA uses Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) for media management, discovery and control. UPnP defines the type of device that DLNA supports ("server", "renderer", "controller") and the mechanisms for accessing media over a network.
Typical DLNA (UPnP) devices:
• Media servers (PS3, Xbox, Plex, Serviio, Twonky, Mediatomb, WMC, stc.)
• Media renderers: TV, display, wireless speaker.
• Network device: LAN/WAN router, Wi-Fi access point.
• Home automatization elements: solar protection blind, light, HVAC thermostat, home sensors.
• Printer, scanner, feeder.
• Remote access client, server, agent.
• Telephony client, server.
• BMLinks device (japanese office devices: printer, scanner).
• Personal message receiver.
• Media Center.
• Quality of Service (QoS) device.
• Search for available and currently running DLNA (UPnP) root and embedded devices and services.
• Analyze and describe device name, manufacturer, model, type, version, serial number, UPC code, etc.
• Determine operating system/version and UPnP server product and version.
• Show DLNA host IP address, port number, UPnP version, local name, domain name, MAC address (with vendor informations), PING capability.
• Show default gateways, IP addresses, networks.
• Show DNS servers, search domain names, local MAC addresses, host name resolve.
• Depth external address analysis: ISP name, autonomous system name, whois, ping, regional internet registry info.
• Full offline MAC vendor database.
• Apple TV product name, generation version, model number and release date.
• Application Processor type and number of cores.
• Installed memory size.
• Installed storage size.
• Firmware (tvOS) version and build number.
• Apple TV network hostname.
• Last reboot time.