I have been using Roon for about 18 months, and Qobuz as my music source for the last 12 months. I had to power everything down to move some things. This involved disconnecting router and such. I reconnected everything the way it had been. Done, I powered up again.
Roon cannot find the Nucleus, the Roon app tells me…
“Check network connections”
All other internet and network connections and functions are intact.
I rebooted everything, checked all the connections, checked the security settings on my Mac. With all other network and internet connections working fine, Nucleus remains elusive. I powered down the Nucleus and disconnected the power supply and the ethernet cables.
I have done everything I can think of doing. I have not however, deleted & replaced the Roon apps on my desktop or iPad.
Can you connect a monitor to the nucleus via HDMI and see what display messages you get when you boot up the nucleus?
This will help further trouble shooting.
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Thanks for the response(s).
I am not someone who stays conversant with the status of all the devices and connections, or even their names. I have to look up everything. Not-a-gearhead.
Just as I was stating to do so, and convinced that I had everything hooked up properly, and rebooted and all, I acted on a whim:
I deleted the Roon apps, on all devices. The I reinstalled the app and, voila, the app discovered Nucleus. So I am back in the music.
Maybe this is a tip others know about. ‘‘Twas a pleasant surprise for me, and made me chuckle.
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