Core Machine (Operating system/System info/Roon build number)
Roon Nucleus+, Serial #54B203946A54104F, 4TB SSD
OS 1.0 (build 227), Server 2.0 (build 119)
Network Details (Including networking gear model/manufacturer and if on WiFi/Ethernet)
All devices are on the same network.
Netgear Cable Modem (Cox Gigablast up to 1Gb/s)
Apple Airport Time Capsule (latest FW)
Peakedge SE26 24 port GigE Switch
Netgear 16 port GigE Switch
Linksys 4 port GigE Switch
Audio Devices (Specify what device you’re using and its connection type - USB/HDMI/etc.) Endpoints
Devialet D250 PRO v.13.1
Meridian: 218 (3u), MS600, Control 15 (2u)
AppleTV 4K (2u)
Airport Express (2u)
Meridian Core on QNAP
Crestron Pro2 Controller
Crestron CNX-PAD8 (Audio Matrix Switch)
Crestron MT-MC2W Controller
At a glance, it appears your Xfinity modem/router combo is still routing (10.0.0.1). You will either need to set up forwarding within your Xfinity app on your mobile device or put the device into bridge mode so that you don’t have two devices routing (double NAT).
Thanks very much, I set up port forwarding manually on the Apple Time Machine, looks like it’s working now. I have Crestron home automation, Meridian and other stuff running on the network, hopefully there’s no conflicts.