Roon Nucleus, Serial #54B2039B3A9B, with internal Samsung 860 EVO 4TB SSD. Roon Operating System is Version 1.0 (Build 227). Roon Server software is Version 1.8 (Build 806). I’m also using an iPad Pro 2020 model (2nd Generation) on iOS 14.6
Samsung 860 EVO 4TB 2.5 Inch SATA III Internal SSD (installed in Nucleus)
Ubiquiti UniFi Cloud Key Gen2 UCK-G2
Ubiquiti UniFi Switch 8-Port Managed Gigabit Switch
Ubiquiti UniFi USG Security Gateway
Ubiquiti UniFi 802.11 ac Pro Access Point (KEF’s were connected to WiFi prior to getting the Nucleus a few weeks ago)
Ubiquiti network controller version 6.2.26
Synology DS218+ 2 Bay NAS running Synology DSM 6.2.4-25556, and with 2 x Seagate Iron Wolf 4TB Drives
The ISP issued modem is: Huawei EchoLife HG8245Q2
Loudspeakers only, and they are KEF LS 50W’s, connected by Ethernet Cable to the network (Through the UniFi Switch).
I’m a brand new Roon and Nucleus user/owner, and I’m generally very happy with Roon so far. I can’t seem, however, to get the internal SSD in the Nucleus to transition from ‘Not Ready’ to ‘OK’.
I’ve formatted the SSD several times, which appears to go well, but then I get a pop-up screen which says:
‘Internal Storage Disk formatted successfully. However, it seems the IP address of your device has changed, so you will need to return to the Roon application to determine the new IP of this device’
Despite having done extensive searching through the community archives, I’m just not seeming to find the resolution to this issue, as the discussions I’ve read so far do not appear to address my specific issue in its entirety.
I’d appreciate your help in resolving this issue.