Thanks for your response. I found that I got it working again by performing a soft reset (20 minute task), only for the NAS to drop off overnight. Repeat, worked fine again, drop off again. I noticed the NAS visibility was consistent with that of internet-based TV channels. When the channels wouldn’t play, a message about tethering from mobile would appear. Optus tech support told me that they don’t support such issues if experienced over wireless broadband. Disappointing. So I went out and bought an Apple TV today and it outperforms the Fetch box by a country mile. The fetch box is now retired after only 18 months of use.
Mate, I struggled with this for three days until I worked out my my NAS box has three folders 192.168.0.30\music etc. When I connected to to these drives (as per Share) (they werenot visible under my share with 192.168.0.30\Multimedia ----and populated the Music / Vide / Photos folders (all three connected individually) then all issues resolved themselves....
I've had the same issue since what appears to be a recent firmware update by Fetch.
Fetch is not very good at being an all in one 'Smart' media box.
In fact, the native DLNA media support, Netflix and other Media apps is much richer directly from my Samsung Smart TV then Fetch.
I now treat it as another dumb box and am thinking of getting rid of Fetch+Optus all together and switching to Telstra TV which includes Foxtel Now & a shiny Roku media player. This is helped by the fact that Optus dont want to pass on a discount to my current bundled plan that new customers have been entitled too. Lucky Im out of contract
after being fixed with update
i can now no longer see my ReadyNAS on my media hub at all? 2.22 heathcote same on 3 different fetch tv’s… pls help
Please try a soft reset.
If that doesn't resolve it, please log a fault.
I found ReadyDLNA in > ADMIN > SYSTEM > SETTINGS needed to be switched on. Also check your access permissions. I could see my NAS drive on my network on any computer but not on my fetch box. After tweeking, can now play Media from my NAS. Must say had issues with Fetch Gen 11 but assumed was the Lan connection. Fetch Mighty with wireless seems to connect immediately after tweeking. Previously if I tweeked with Fetch Gen 11 connected, wait a few minutes and sometimes connected. The experience of the wait stopped me trying as I lost what worked and what did not.