Core Machine (Operating system/System info/Roon build number)
Core is running on a Synology DS718+ NAS w/ 8GB ram, has been stable for a year now, no changes. Was running Roon 1.7 (previous build)
Clients - Windows 10, iPhone 8 / ios 13
Network Details (Including networking gear model/manufacturer and if on WiFi/Ethernet)
Netgear gigabit dumb switch
Ruckus unleashed R500 wifi AP
Audio Devices (Specify what device you’re using and its connection type - USB/HDMI/etc.)
RaspberryPi / DietPi / HifiBerry DAC+ on hardwire cat6
Description Of Issue
Core is not being found by clients. Doesn’t show up if I try to rescan by “Select a different core”
Clients and core are on a simple flat LAN. No recent changes to network / wifi / local DNS, etc. All other network functions nominal. We’re working from home, my wife would kill me if I broke the network.
Have you done any troubleshooting like rebooting everything?
Does the Synology show that RoonServer is running?
Any change if you reboot the device?
Thanks for asking. Yesterday: Synology shows RoonServer service is running. I have tried restarting the service several times, no joy. I have rebooted both Windows and iOS clients. No NAS reboot yet, will schedule for overnight.
Today: Joy! Full reboot of the NAS device, RoonService starts & shows running on NAS. Windows client had been disassociated & attempted to “find Core”. It found my Core and I reauthenticated. Client up and running with my library after a longer-than-usual pause. Now that I can see what is going on, the Windows client currently leads the Core by the latest release.
Problem is resolved.
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