Usefull links  
     


 

//www.playstation.com
     
     
Universal Plug and Play links
   

 

About Universal Plug and Play Technology
 
Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) technology is an architecture that allows to easily connect computers and other devices in a network with almost no effort. UPnP technology makes use of well-known standards like TCP/IP and HTML in a distributed, open networking architecture to enable device and service discovery in addition to control and data transfer among networked devices in the home.

Thomson supports the UPnP Internet gateway standard in the products below, providing broadband users at home with a seamless way to participate in online games, videoconferencing and other peer-to-peer services.

 
SpeedTouch supports UPnP standards!
 

SpeedTouch 510 - UPnP certified and awarded the UPnP logo
for its support for the UPnP Internet Gateway Device standard, including UPnP NAT Traversal over Ethernet connection.
   

SpeedTouch 530 - UPnP certified and awarded the UPnP logo
for its support for the Internet Gateway Device standard, including UPnP NAT Traversal both over Ethernet and over USB connection.
   

The SpeedTouch and Universal Plug and Play
This document provides technical information on Universal Plug and Play support in SpeedTouch products.
 
 
Related links
 

//www.upnp.org
UPnP Forum homepage: keep an eye on the current status of the standardization process.

//linux-igd.sourceforge.net/
Efforts from the Linux community.

//www.microsoft.com/HWDEV/TECH/nonpc/
UPnP/default.asp

UPnP homepage at Microsoft.

//www.microsoft.com/WINDOWSXP/pro/techinfo/
planning/upnp/default.asp

Universal Plug and Play in Windows XP.