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Old Product Support => Dune HD Pro 4K => Topic started by: mdx on July 13, 2018, 07:58:22 PM

Title: Using torrent software
Post by: mdx on July 13, 2018, 07:58:22 PM
new dune 4k pro has no internal torrent client so which software do you use?
and what steps do you proceed to make a torrent file run on the torrent software?
I tried a few things but it is a disaster when compared with old dunes.

I couldnt add a torrent file yet

as a media player, as always dune is perfect.
Title: Re: Using torrent software
Post by: futeko.com on July 25, 2018, 09:23:39 AM
Dune 4K Pro has two built in OpenWRT torrent clients, Transmission and Aria2.

Connect the Dune to your network and find it's IP address (Settings - Information on Dune).

Then access IP:8080/cgi-bin/luci/ on a PC/mobile browser connected to same network.

So, if your Dune IP was, you'd type

You'll get a login screen like this:


No need to change user/password, just select Login (you can and should set a password after first login).

Transmission / Aria2 can be enabled and set up. As can Samba server, DLNA server, iTunes server, and much else.


To enable Transmission, go to NAS Services - BitTorrent and tick the Enabled box.

You can now access Transmission's web interface at IP:9091.

e.g, if IP is it would be


Title: Re: Using torrent software
Post by: mdx on September 25, 2018, 09:27:04 PM
thx for your help,
everything is ok.. enter settings, enable transmission, I have added  the path of my external hdd drive to download location..
which is ..  /mnt/sda1/download
save and apply
then open transmission on web browser, add torrents but download hasnt start so far..
I tried several path of my hdd
like/mnt/disk_sda1/dowlnload   disk_sda1 is shown on windows
but nothing changed
Title: Re: Using torrent software
Post by: Rob on September 26, 2018, 11:37:55 AM
If you run kodi there are a couple of apps for streaming torrents , Quasar and Elementum , with the latter I have issues saving my files but it streams them OK, haven't used Quasar for a while.