That said, I was a bit afraid the answers might be something to do with networking because a) as strong as I may be in other technical disciplines, I have never had the follow through to make learning networking a priority and b) the studio is located in a building where all of the tenants share one DSL connection. This means that I am not the network admin and there may be limits to what I can do.
That said, there are other network related things going on in the studio and I think they are all being caused by the same issue.
Roon cannot log into TIDAL
I can no longer connect to the HUE bridge from outside of the studio to control the lights (ie turn them off if I forgot to on the way out)
Have a Roland rack mount synth that has a wifi dongle that connects it to my router so that I can connect to the synth with an iPad app. That stopped working as well.
That said, all of this worked in the very recent past which leads me to believe that maybe the network admin of the building has changed something.
On my end, I essentially have an Airport Extreme Basestation plugged into the building’s ethernet drop. This creates a wifi network for the studio for all my devices to access. All has been good up until now. Here are a few screen shots from the AEBS. Maybe you guys notice something obvious/easy I can try?
Thank you again for your help. I’m dying in the studio without Roon and clients LOVE it. Unfortunately, I do not have any local files here. It was ALL just one big TIDAL collection so Roon is utterly useless to us at the moment.