set up services filter - acces only few ip to runner dlna server

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swie99

New Around Here
Hello ,
I need help with services filter in my Asus RT-AC55u router. Theres entware installed here.
How setup this to give acces for dlna server only for few IP's ?
I'll trying many combinations but nothing works.
 

ColinTaylor

Part of the Furniture
The Network Services Filter blocks access to the internet, it doesn't block access to the LAN or the router itself.
 

ColinTaylor

Part of the Furniture
I don't know any way of doing it on stock Asus firmware.

As far as I know stock Asus firmware doesn't have entware only optware.
 

ColinTaylor

Part of the Furniture
I don't use that firmware so I don't know what it's capable of. If you can run custom scripts you might be able to create some firewall rules that block access to the dlna server.
 

swie99

New Around Here
can you help me how do it ? I only know some basic commands in terminal.
or maybe is in entware some software to do it ?
 

swie99

New Around Here
Who or where I can find help/solution for this problem?
This is important for me because I don't want to share all my private media content to all connected devices and people's from other family.
 

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