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client/server libraries for UPnP -- executables

Mono.Upnp is a set of client/server libraries for the Universal Plug 'n Play specification, which can be found at

Mono.Upnp includes the following projects: - Mono.Ssdp: An implementation of the Simple Discovery Protocol. - Mono.Upnp: An implementation of the UPnP Device Architecture 1.1, Sections 2-6. - Mono.Upnp.GtkClient: An executable Gtk+ user interface for inspecting UPnP devices and services on the network. - Mono.Upnp.Dcp.MediaServer1: An implementation of the UPnP Audio/Video MediaServer1 Device Control Protocol. - Mono.Upnp.Dcp.MediaServer1.FileSystem: A MediaServer1 implementation which serves media from the filesystem. - Mono.Upnp.Dcp.MediaServer1.FileSystem.ConsoleServer: An executable console program which serves media from the filesystem. - Mono.Upnp.Dcp.MSMediaServerRegistrar1: An implementation of the Microsoft MSMediaServerRegistrar1 Device Control Protocol.

This package contains a sample Gtk+ user interface for inspecting UPnP devices and services on the network, as well as a sample media server.



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License: mit/x11

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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 15 March 2018.


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Date 2015-07-17
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