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Getting Kodi Network Information

Yatse needs your Kodi IP to connect. We recommend the use of a fixed IP for your Media Center for easier usage.
You can either assign a static IP directly on the Media Center or use DHCP reservation on your router.
Yatse also supports DNS names and can auto discover the new IP of your host if you have a working Zeroconf.
Since those settings are very OS / hardware dependent if you need help, just Google for those term and your hardware / Os name.

Kodi 17 / 18 (Estuary Skin)

Find the IP

Important: If you run Kodi on a Firestick or Fire TV, Kodi will sometimes report a wrong IP. You can find the real IP of your device by following : http://www.aftvnews.com/how-to-determine-the-ip-address-of-an-amazon-fire-tv-or-fire-tv-stick/ see http://forum.kodi.tv/showthread.php?tid=246885 for more details.

From the home screen of Kodi select Settings

Select System Information

Then Network tab

If you go the the network tab, you have access to the Mac Address and IP Address

Find the used port

From the home screen of Kodi select Settings

Go to Services settings

Go to Control menu

The port is visible in the Port field.

Kodi (Helix 14 / Isengard 15 / Jarvis 16)

Find the IP

On the main menu go to System then press down and select System Info

If you go the the network tab, you have access to the Mac Address and Ip Address

Find the used port

Get back to XBMC / Kodi home screen.

From the home screen of XBMC choose System / Settings

Go to Services menu

Go to Webserver menu

The port is visible in the Port field.

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