The music is stored on a Synology NAS and the NUC8i5BEK2 is connected by an ethernet cable.
It connects successfully to the music as a network share and runs very well, until the Rock shuts down.
Then it cannot see the NAS folder anymore and says “The drive is not available. Check the drive or edit if it has been moved” for all the directories".
NAS drive is visible to other computers and hasn’t moved. The password is unchanged.
The problem, sounds like this:
from several years ago, but no solution was posted. The problem is presumably known to Roon.
@ged_hickman1 today, I moved it while reorganising, but there are power outages if a circuit breaker trips etc. or my cleaner sometimes unplugs the wrong thing. I would expect it to switch off once every week or two.
@wizardofoz@CrystalGipsy the IP address is relatively stable, but I do change these so I would avoid using it if I can, whereas the name is forever.
@wizardofoz The Rock has a static IP address, outside the range of normally-allocated DHCP addresses.
It looks like this
Add the gateway IP address to the dns address 1st then the one you have after a space.
The reason could be is the DNS server you have is a public one and won’t do resolutions on your local network, but your router can (in fact it will do both typically too) so it needs to be first and in there as you are using names and not ip’s for resolution.
So it looks like your dhcp service is also not adding the router as a dns entry