The WiFi Cellspot Router, a rebranded Asus RT-AC68U, shouldn’t be the culprit. I’ve used it since I purchased Roon a few years ago with no issue. I just noticed this Roon behavior in the last few weeks, and search/playback seems to be working as normal.
Can you confirm that you can access the internet from the Synology?
At least parts of the Synology are able to access the internet. The system can pull updates from the cloud.
Is there a particular setting to check?
Are you able to start Roon Radio or play Internet Radio stations?
I keep encountering a “Roon could not find a radio station at this URL” error. If I use the same URL on the Windows 10 core, I’m able to connect to the station and play it successfully.
Is there any change if you reboot the device?
Rebooting the Synology did not resolve the issue. Manually identifying an album isn’t working (timeout) and albums added in the last few days only show the basic tag metadata coded in the original files.
Thanks for confirming. My guess is this is most likely limited to the Synology’s ability to connect to our servers, but I’d like to verify this by trying another Core. If you run the Core on Windows instead of the Synology, does this same behavior occur?
If you run the Core on Windows instead of the Synology, does this same behavior occur?
I just switched back to the Windows 10 core (connected to the same switch via Ethernet and reading the same files stored on the Synology) and am able to identify a newly added album. A few albums that are still unidentified on the Synology core are correctly identified on the Windows 10 core.