[Solved] Music uPNP connection goes bad

I have my music (primarily albums, etc.) sitting on my Win 10 sys on a local net and access it thru the OSMC/RPI 3 thru a uPNP connection. I typically shut down my Win 10 sys at night. However, the following day, when I try to listen to music it tells me it can’t find the network connection specified and I have to manually re-establish the connection.

Is this normal or is there something else I need to do to keep this connection “persistent” so it always remains valid?

As always, thanks in advance…and cheers…

BUMP!! BUMP!! :slight_smile:

Please post logs.


Appreciate the reply and offer of help.

Which log(s) should I post and where would I find them?

Thanks and cheers…

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Apologies for the delay in getting back on this.

I ended up solving the problem a different way. I was using Universal Media Server (3rd party) as a source for my music over my local network to the RPI 3/OSMC sys. I disabled UMS and enabled the Win 10 media server functions and settings for the music directory. Now when I shut down/reboot my Win 10 sys, OSMC/RPI has no problems reconnecting.

All is good.

Thanks much for the offer of help.

Please mark as solved.