As a preliminary step, I’d suggest rebooting all your connected audio devices and your core, assuming you haven’t already done so. If that doesn’t help, log in to the Eero 6e web interface (or app) and check that the missing devices are connected to your network.
I did reboot it and the nucleus and my Bel Canto E1x processor are both showing up on the Eero network. But now on Roon start up it just asks to choose your core and then after choosing the Nucleus it hangs on the start up with the Roon icon blinking as if it is searching but can’t find anything.
Is this the current setup?
I meant the setup with your old Netgear Nighthawk router.
If a static ip was assigned there, which is usually done to be able to call up the web ui without having to constantly use a different ip for the nucleus, and if the static ip was not set back to DHCP before the new router was set up, a device client is usually no longer found in the new network.
I was thinking @Axel_Lesch was onto something, but none of your Nucleus’ audio ports are showing, which does not seem correct. If you have a recent backup of your Roon Database, have your tried setting it from the Nucleus from your post #6? If you don’t have a recent backup, it may be worth creating one and then resettig the Roon database.
I don’t have a Nucleus or ROCK so this is a bit out of my comfort zone, but not seeing any audio devices on the Nucleus itself may mean another issue needs to be looked at, but not sure what it is.
I set up backups when I started withRoon, ThenRoon crashed and I found out that all my backups were empty so I lost everything and had to start over. Since then, I gave up on backups. I asked for help here but no one could figure out what happened
Makes no sense that everything is showing up , but they cant see each other. I’m at the point where I want to delete Roon and reload it but if gthat’s possible, I can’t figure out how.
Will someone else from Roon support see this and help?