Thanks for the input. To clarify, I am trying a number of separate scenarios all with varying results, namely:
- attempting to use JRemote to control JRiver on the PC and just loading the library from the NAS, result is one song only,
- attempting to use JRemote to control the QNap implementation of JRiver built into the NAS, result is one song only while HybridDesk Station is running on the NAS and then no connection when trying to run headless (no HDMI/display but DNLA configured in JRiver on the NAS) , (FYI - You need a display using HDMI to see the HybridDesk Station interface that exposes JRiver on the NAS to configure the JRiver DNLA and after configuration it should run "headless" without needing a display)
- attempting to use the QNap implementation of JRiver built into the NAS, running headless (no HDMI but DNLA configured in JRiver on the NAS) and using QRemote to control HybridDesk Station (semi-headless - just made up that expression), result is no connection.
- attempting to use the QNap implementation of minimserver on the NAS which exposes the Nas library through the minimserver DLNA implementation to JRiver on the PC, result one song only
I am aware of the "Stop after each item" option in JRiver and it is set to "Repeat Off".
My preference or goal is to use the QNap implementation of JRiver built into the NAS in headless mode using Jremote (not to be confused with QRemote on my android device) on my iTouch as the control point. Using QRemote to expose the JRiver on the NAS would be plan B. In other words, ditch the computer.
The commonality in all of the above referenced scenarios is that if I can get anything out of the NAS it is one song only.
Thanks for your thoughts.