In order to get DLNA back to work through a client bridged setup, simply add 1900 and 8200 to “NAT/QoS” -> “Portforwarding” and add your client IP address, mapping 1900 -> IP:1900 and 8200 -> IP:8200

So the DLNA client in the other subnet believes that the router is hosting the DNLA server and everything is fine again 🙂

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