'Hidden' pages at 1400?

  • 31 March 2011
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In some other subjects in this forum I did findr references to http://#.#.#.#:1400/support/review and
http://#.#.#.#:1400/status/tracks_summary

Are there any other webpages available at port 1400 of the Zoneplayer? (or any other ports)

Are there webpages at the CR100 and CR200 as well?

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http://#.#.#.#:1400/support/review (where #.#.#.# is a ZP's IP) provides a consolidated, browsable view of the diagnostics across all the devices. It includes the controllers if they are awake at the time.

http://#.#.#.#:1400/status provides a page of links to each of the diagnostic pages on the specific device targeted.

Note that the contents of these are Sonos-internal, undocumented and subject to change.

There are some additional pages used internally by Sonos Support though few have made it into discussion here. A notable exception is http://#.#.#.#:1400/reboot.
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Cool, Thanks! 🆒
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http://cliqklabs.com/sonos_wiki/index.php5

Click on the "Software Hacking" link.
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In some other subjects in this forum I did findr references to http://#.#.#.#:1400/support/review and
http://#.#.#.#:1400/status/tracks_summary

Are there any other webpages available at port 1400 of the Zoneplayer? (or any other ports)

Are there webpages at the CR100 and CR200 as well?


CR100 listens on port 3400. The LCD screen must be on when trying to surf to it.
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Even Cooler! ;)
Thankx again!

Dave
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Been playing with these links, http://192.168.0.11:3400/status/ speaks for itself.
But what does http://192.168.0.11:3400/unlock.htm do?
And what happens when i do change the region with http://192.168.0.11:3400/region.htm ?
(mine was set wrong, btw)
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Interesting! I tried accessing my ZP120 Root Bridge using davey400's link (suitably modified to reflect my own IP address of course). Region is set to USA/Canada. I would be interested to know why it is not set to EU, and what happens if I change it?
Interesting! I tried accessing my ZP120 Root Bridge using davey400's link (suitably modified to reflect my own IP address of course). Region is set to USA/Canada. I would be interested to know why it is not set to EU, and what happens if I change it?
I'm not entirely sure of the full ramifications of this option, but based on the advconfig.htm page I doubt that it reflects the current region setting. The page appears to offer a select-and-submit operation only.
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I assumed that the region setting over there has something to do with the wireless signal. Because not all the frequencies can be used in all regions.
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This one is nice also...
http://IP-adres:1400/xml/device_description.xml
list of other modules.

And here you can find out how to turn of your Wireless radio:
https://ask.sonos.com/sonos/topics/option_to_disable_built_in_wifi_when_sonos_is_used_as_a_single_device
How about http://ipofplayer:1400/support/directsubmit
This submits a diagnostic and then returns the code in a web page. Very helpful for doing remote support. Works over VPN connection.