Ipad, Iphone, and PC cannot find core on Nucleus

This problem arose after I had a network drop out most likely during the night. I ended up re-setting my modem and router to get my dish TV to work and computers to connect to the internet. It looks like the nucleus is looking for an old IP. A scan of IPs indicates the proper IP for the Nucleus is 192.168.50.20. It used to be different as best I can recall. When I insert the new IP and hit scan the Nucleus searches but still will not come up. To try a network reset I attempted to connect a monitor via HDMI and usb keyboard. Using two different HDMI cables to both a monitor and TV I was unable to get any signal from the Nucleus. And this was with three different ethernet cables. At this point I end up like the crashed pilot who claimed all was well until he simultaneously ran out of airspeed, altitude, and ideas!

@Paul_Monroe, I have moved this to the Nucleus support category for improved visibility. Is your Nucleus showing as a connected device in your router using 192.158.50.20? Do you know if you had a power failure overnight?

I have a router with two extension units. When operating normally each has a white light illuminated. I awole one night to discover the two remotes had flashing blue lights which I had never seen before. The next

My router has two remotes with all units having a white light when operating normally. I awoke one night to discover that two of the remotes had a flashing blue light, something I had never seen before. The next morning I discovered my Dish TV was not working and all computers were off the internet. I assume it was due to a power outage. I disconnected power from my modem and router but that did not help. By un hooking EVERYTHING and re-connecting I got the Dish TV and my wife’s computer back on. All units are hard wired but my two computers indicated they were on the network but NOT the internet. My wife’s worked ok but she is still on Microsoft 7 while I am on 10. Seems there was some sort of IP issue with my two computers and I had to get a technician in to correct things. I discovered the problem with Roon when I started to use it the next day. A scan of all items indicates the Neucleus has a IP{ now of 192.168.50.20. I can not get Roon to see my core by trying to turn it on with any remote (my computer, my Ipad, or my Iphone).

I fear that since a HDMI connection from the Nucleus to my monitor says “no signal received” that it in fact has no network connection despite the power light and blinking ethernet light appearing normal and despite I have tried three ethernet cables.

I made a telephone call to my computer technician to clarify what he had to do to get my computers back on the internet. It seems it was a loose connection, probably from my efforts to reset the modem and router. Thinking more deeply into this, due to an illness I had not had roon turned on for several weeks, but I don’t see what that could have to do with my troubles.