Ubuntu 13.10 Problem: Upnp: Device Error


stoneweg
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Hi everybody,

 

I had btsync setup fine and it started syncing with another Ubuntu machine (mine is 13.10, the other one 13.04). It never finished syncing (only roughly 200 MB were synced out of  6GB in total), and after some time (and some restarts) even the webpage in the browser didn't show any connected devices anymore.

 

Here is the output of the log file:

 

total physical memory 536870912 max disk cache 2097152
Using IP address 192.168.178.21
Loading config file version 1.2.82
UPnP: Device error "http://192.168.178.1:49000/MediaServerDevDesc.xml": (-2)
UPnP: ERROR mapping TCP port 17311 -> 192.168.178.21:17311. Deleting mapping and trying again: (403) Unknown result code (UPnP protocol violation?)
UPnP: ERROR removing TCP port 17311: (403) Unknown result code (UPnP protocol violation?)
UPnP: ERROR mapping TCP port 17311 -> 192.168.178.21:17311: (403) Unknown result code (UPnP protocol violation?)

 

Any ideas? Thanks!


Ok, after some time of waiting (more than an hour), the local webpage loaded, and the connected devices showed up. In the log, I got a couple of

 

Loaded folder /home/xyz/foo/bar

 

messages, so that's fine.

 

But then it continues with:

UPnP: Device error "http://192.168.178.1:49000/MediaServerDevDesc.xml": (-2)
UPnP: ERROR mapping TCP port 17311 -> 192.168.178.21:17311. Deleting mapping and trying again: (403) Unknown result code (UPnP protocol violation?)
UPnP: ERROR removing TCP port 17311: (403) Unknown result code (UPnP protocol violation?)
UPnP: ERROR mapping TCP port 17311 -> 192.168.178.21:17311: (403) Unknown result code (UPnP protocol violation?)
UPnP: Device error "http://192.168.178.1:49000/MediaServerDevDesc.xml": (-2)
UPnP: ERROR mapping TCP port 17311 -> 192.168.178.21:17311. Deleting mapping and trying again: (403) Unknown result code (UPnP protocol violation?)
UPnP: ERROR removing TCP port 17311: (403) Unknown result code (UPnP protocol violation?)
UPnP: ERROR mapping TCP port 17311 -> 192.168.178.21:17311: (403) Unknown result code (UPnP protocol violation?)
NAT-PMP: Unable to map port with NAT-PMP.
NAT-PMP: Unable to map port with NAT-PMP.

 

And then

SyncTorrentCreator: failed to open /home/.ecryptfs/moe/.Private/ECRYPTFS_FNEK_ENCRYPTED.FWYtgXpV7DK-gERdK4hGiKHrzVfZ0uEyUrBSiDHdYy0bLepFoNgJ2NwRXE-- - 13

 

followed by

UPnP: Device error "http://192.168.178.1:49000/MediaServerDevDesc.xml": (-2)
UPnP: ERROR mapping TCP port 17311 -> 192.168.178.21:17311. Deleting mapping and trying again: (403) Unknown result code (UPnP protocol violation?)
UPnP: ERROR removing TCP port 17311: (403) Unknown result code (UPnP protocol violation?)
UPnP: ERROR mapping TCP port 17311 -> 192.168.178.21:17311: (403) Unknown result code (UPnP protocol violation?)
NAT-PMP: Unable to map port with NAT-PMP.
UPnP: Device error "http://192.168.178.1:49000/MediaServerDevDesc.xml": (-2)
UPnP: ERROR mapping TCP port 17311 -> 192.168.178.21:17311. Deleting mapping and trying again: (403) Unknown result code (UPnP protocol violation?)
UPnP: ERROR removing TCP port 17311: (403) Unknown result code (UPnP protocol violation?)
UPnP: ERROR mapping TCP port 17311 -> 192.168.178.21:17311: (403) Unknown result code (UPnP protocol violation?)
NAT-PMP: Unable to map port with NAT-PMP.
SyncTorrentCreator: failed to open /home/.ecryptfs/moe/.Private/ECRYPTFS_FNEK_ENCRYPTED.FWYtgXpV7DK-gERdK4hGiKHrzVfZ0uEyUrBSiDHdYy0bLepFoNgJ2NwRXE-- - 13
UPnP: Device error "http://192.168.178.1:49000/MediaServerDevDesc.xml": (-2)
UPnP: ERROR mapping TCP port 17311 -> 192.168.178.21:17311. Deleting mapping and trying again: (403) Unknown result code (UPnP protocol violation?)
UPnP: ERROR removing TCP port 17311: (403) Unknown result code (UPnP protocol violation?)
UPnP: ERROR mapping TCP port 17311 -> 192.168.178.21:17311: (403) Unknown result code (UPnP protocol violation?)
SyncTorrentCreator: failed to open /home/.ecryptfs/moe/.Private/ECRYPTFS_FNEK_ENCRYPTED.FWYtgXpV7DK-gERdK4hGiKHrzVfZ0uEyUrBSiDHdYy0bLepFoNgJ2NwRXE-- - 13
NAT-PMP: Unable to map port with NAT-PMP.
UPnP: Device error "http://192.168.178.1:49000/MediaServerDevDesc.xml": (-2)
UPnP: ERROR mapping TCP port 17311 -> 192.168.178.21:17311. Deleting mapping and trying again: (403) Unknown result code (UPnP protocol violation?)
UPnP: ERROR removing TCP port 17311: (403) Unknown result code (UPnP protocol violation?)
UPnP: ERROR mapping TCP port 17311 -> 192.168.178.21:17311: (403) Unknown result code (UPnP protocol violation?)
NAT-PMP: Unable to map port with NAT-PMP.

 

Is that kind of log normal, or shouldn't there be so many errors? After all, the synchronization does not work correctly between the connected device.

 

Thanks in advance!

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  • 8 months later...

Ok, thanks for your answer! Maybe it is the router (FritzBox) or the TV... anyway, the sync with the other Ubuntu machine got stuck   :-(

Do you have an update on the issue?

 

I re-installed BTsync on my Synology Diskstation and have been facing the same error since :S

 

 

There appears to be a UPnP based server (such as a media server) running on your machine that isn't responding properly to the UPnP requests issued to it.

It's probably reporting itself as a router when it isn't one.

 

 

@Harold Feit: Is there a way to find the culprit? Using OS X's network utility or the like?

 

Other than Synology's Music Station and Video Station there are no media servers installed on the machine. Stopping those did not help.

 

Thanks in advance :)

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