Roon Core Machine
- 10th Generation Intel Core i7-10710U (NUC10i7FNH1) with Intel UHD Graphics 300 MHz – 1 15 GHz 8GB of RAM
OS: ROCK 2.0 (build 1128)
Networking Gear & Setup Details
Verizon FIOS-G1100 router
TP-Link TL-SG116 16 Port Gigabit Ethernet Network Switch
Core is connected by ethernet to the TP-Link switch, which then connects to the FIOS router
Connected Audio Devices
iPhone 12 Pro iOS 15.6.1 connected to Verizon LTE/5G cellular network, Roon ARC 1.0.0 build 45
Number of Tracks in Library
33,051 tracks in library
Description of Issue
When using ARC while in my car the app played one full track, and then stopped playing. A red banner popped up at the bottom of the screen stating “Poor connection.”
Thank you for the report. To confirm, port forwarding has been successfully configured in the Roon ARC tab in Roon → Settings?
If port forwarding hasn’t been enabled or has an issue, then the app may have been playing cached data from when it was on a Wi-Fi connection. Otherwise, there’s a chance that you’ve encountered a known issue for which we have already have fix in the pipeline. As a workaround, you can close/reopen the Roon ARC app and it should resume connection. Please let me know if this resolves the issue temporarily.
I’ll be watching for your response.
Thanks Connor. I believe it is configured correctly. I’ve attached a screenshot of the ARC settings.
I’m having the same issue, except that I am using a Galaxy S9, running Android 10. I see the same message as the screenshot above - that my Roon core was automatically configured. The app worked for 2 songs, then I got the red Poor Connection banner, then a message that it could not connect to my Core. I did not change any port forwarding configurations in my router. My Core is a Nuclues+. Closing/restarting the app did not help.
Connor, here’s an update about my second session with ARC. I went for a walk away from home, and had no issues whatsoever. I played the same playlist from “Your Daily Mixes” that ARC stopped playing while in my car. Both sessions were over the Verizon 5G network, but there were some differences between the two sessions which I’ll list below. I’m not sure whether they’re related or not. My hunch is maybe the first item had an affect.
- After reading the documentation, it seems that the core should be updated prior to connecting ARC. I had installed ARC first, before the core was offered the update. So I removed ARC from my phone, and restarted the phone. I installed ARC again, and observed it completing the initial sync.
- During my walk I was using my Helm Bolt DAC, as opposed to my car audio system over Bluetooth. With the Bolt, I was able to get a Lossless signal path.
Here’s another update Connor. I just took a drive to a park, and ARC had no problem either while driving over, or walking around the park. I suspect my problem was probably related to installing the app prior to the core receiving the update. Someone posted about the ARC app, and I installed it not knowing there was a specific order to the upgrades.
Same problem here.
Two hours of playing without interruption and bang. Poor connection.
I need to remotely restart the server in order to get it to work again.
Strange thing, it was fine week before official 2.0 release.