Salkstream III (running Linux Arch; houses Roonserver and music files) > Netgear ProSafe GS105 ethernet switch (unmanaged) > Netgear N300 WNR 2000 v2 router > Arris SurfBoard SB 6121 cable modem. All connected by ethernet wire.
Remotes: iPad (7th Gen), iPhone 6s, iPad mini 2.
All devices running latest OS/software versions. Internet connection seems fine. I have no trouble playing Qobuz albums already added to my library.
I’m not familiar with router DNS server configuration. I logged into the router and I don’t see anything in the router settings that indicate I’m using any of those DNS servers (that I can tell). In the router settings “Domain Server Address” it is checked “Get Automatically from ISP”. We get our internet service from Cox Cable. Does this answer your question?
PS - Right now Qobuz is working fine through Roon (Roon Radio working normally as well). I’ll check it periodically throughout the day to see if it continues to work normally.
Btw, I’ve been running Roon Radio the past hour or so and it’s been fine except for skipping one track (track not available error message).
Update: Roon Radio still playing fine, no skips since the first one I mentioned. Oddly, Roon Radio is only playing music from Qobuz, nothing from my local library despite having many of the same tracks (same resolution as well).
I’m glad to hear that things are mostly working fine for you now. If you see issues return we can enable diagnostics and take a closer look at thing.
I’d also like to second Scott’s suggestion above of trying to use Google DNS (or any non-ISP DNS). In my experience ISP default DNS options can be a bit flaky compared to some of the other options out there and we tend to see performance improvements that could help in situations like this.
So to use a different server is it a simple matter of entering the new server address in the router under “Domain Server Address”, or are there other settings that need to be changed as well? I did some Google searches and got confused/lost really fast!
We suggest putting in an IP of 220.127.116.11 or 18.104.22.168 in the DNS field as per the guide.
You should also be aware that your router is very old an is an “N-style” router (no 5Ghz support). You might want to upgrade the router for better overall performance too and chance the DNS alongside it as well.