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Collect request data of devices

By default log files only contain important information about the execution as well as about error conditions.

To identify new devices and their identifiers you need to change this setting.

Open die file "data/settings/pas_upnp.json" and add the following line:"pas_upnp_log_level": "debug"

You need to restart the MediaProvider software for the change to take effect.

The file may look like this afterwards:# direct PAS
# Python Application Services
#
# This is the initial extended JSON configuration file. Comments are removed
# if edited. Comments must be removed before reading this JSON file with an
# unsupported JSON parser.

{
"pas_upnp_log_level": "debug",

# List of allowed network prefixes separated by comma.
# "pas_upnp_allowed_networks": [ ],

# This setting deactivates the check for incoming requests to originate
# from an allowed network. This can be a network with the prefix defined
# above or a device with a previously seen UPnP announcement in the same
# network.
"pas_upnp_allowed_networks_only": false,

# List of local network addresses to bind to separated by comma.
# "pas_upnp_bind_network_addresses": [ ]

# This setting deactivates the automatic detection of network addresses. If
# no address is identified or configured the UPnP server will bind to all
# available interfaces.
# "pas_upnp_bind_network_addresses_detect": false,

# The user agent syntax is defined as "word/version". Rewrite known wrong
# user agent identifiers to match the specified syntax.
"pas_upnp_client_replacement_list": {
"AVM UPnP": "AVM_UPnP",
"Large Screen WebAppManager Safari": "Large_Screen_WebAppManager_Safari",
"LG Smart TV": "LG_Smart_TV",
"LGE WebOS TV/Version ": "LGE_WebOS_TV/",
"LGE WebOS TV": "LGE_WebOS_TV",
"Reciva UPnP": "Reciva_UPnP",
"SEC_HHP_BD-C": "SEC_HHP_BD_C",
"SEC_HHP_[BD]D": "SEC_HHP_BD_D",
"SEC_HHP_[BD]E": "SEC_HHP_BD_E",
"SEC_HHP_[BD]F": "SEC_HHP_BD_F",
"SEC_HHP_[HT]D": "SEC_HHP_HT_D",
"SEC_HHP_[TV]P": "SEC_HHP_TV_P",
"SEC_HHP_[TV]U": "SEC_HHP_TV_U",
"SEC_HHP_ Family TV": "SEC_HHP_Family_TV",
"Teleal-Cling": "Teleal_Cling",
"TwonkyMedia-NMC": "TwonkyMedia_NMC/0",
"UPnP/1,0": "UPnP/1.0",
"Windows/Vista": "Windows/5.1"
},

# Misleading HTTP client names blacklisted
"pas_upnp_http_client_name_blacklist": [ "DLNADOC/1.50", "FDSSDP" ],

# Bind the UPnP server to the IPv4 address and announce it instead of a
# host name. This enhances compatibility with old devices or networks
# without a working DHCP/DNS server.
"pas_upnp_server_bind_host_to_ipv4": true
}

To collect even more information you may want to add the following lines to "pas_http.json" as well:
"pas_http_log_level": "debug",
"pas_http_site_log_level": "debug"
Please don't forget to remove the lines after usage with the not supported device again. You may comment them out (add a "#" in front of it) alternately. Otherwise an significant amount of data is written to the hard drive and may have an affect on the performance.

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