I know this is an old topic, but it is totally happening to me now as well. Was there a solution to this issue?
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I was able to figure it out after a bit more troubleshooting. I’ll try to sum it up:
- I did not have a static IP address assigned to my Synology NAS. I resolved it by assigned one via my CenturyLink modem.
- I have a large area to cover with my network, so my configuration was:
Internet > CenturyLink Modem > TP Link Wireless router & Apple Airport Extreme > Apple Airport Extreme.
I changed it to:
Internet > CenturyLink Modem > TP Link Wireless router > Apple Airport Extreme & Apple Airport Extreme.
Basically, I had one Airport Extreme connected to the CenturyLink Modem, and one connected to the TP Link Wireless router. When I was in the area of the house that was covered by the TP Link Wireless router & Apple Airport Extreme, Roon would work. However, when I was connected to the area of the house that was covered by CenturyLink Modem > Apple Airport Extreme, it would not work.
When I routed both Airport Extremes through the TP Link Wireless router, and had the static IP address assigned to the NAS, everything worked again.
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