I’m using roon server on a ubuntu server system. I’ve configured the firewall, but I can’t find any of my audio outputs (I especially need to connect to my Naim Nova system).
This is my current firewall config. I’m sure I’m missing some ports that I need to passthrough, but I can’t seem to find the necessary ports anywhere…
I hope you can help me out…
What’s your network config, what are using in-between the core and the Nova and how are your remotes connecting . It’s likely s network discovery issue of some kind and not the actual ports that need opening.
Hi, thanks for your response. The ubuntu system is actually a virtual machine running on esxi with the network routing handled by a pfsense virtual machine. My remotes are connected to the pfsense virtual machine that allows traffic to the ubuntu vm without restrictions (all internal network traffic).
I forgot to mention this, but with the firewall disabled in ubuntu all works as it should. This makes me conclude that it is a porting issue.
Those ports should be fine. I tend to do a
sudo ufw disable when installing a new Roon release to ensure all devices are discovered. As soon as they’re visible in Roon Settings > Audio I issue a
sudo ufw enable.
I simply forward the following:
- UDP port 9003
- TCP ports 9100-9200
So certain ports are only necessary for discovery and you can close them afterwards…
I tested it and it worked initially, but upon rebooting Roon my outputs were once again lost…
Please note that the settings given above are no longer valid since build 880 was released.