Core Machine (Operating system/System info/Roon build number)
QNAP NAS Roon core
Network Details (Including networking gear model/manufacturer and if on WiFi/Ethernet)
sky router to cisco switch
Audio Devices (Specify what device you’re using and its connection type - USB/HDMI/etc.)
Meridian MS600 into cisco switch, also connected to meridian DSP5200 speakers
Description Of Issue
i have installed everything, but roon cannot see the ms600, i have been able to see the IP address using meridian software and also used the IP address in windows explorer but still nothing.
I had the same issue the first time I used Roon (and the first time I had used an MS600) systematically re-booting everything cured the issue for me.
My apologies if you have already tried this.
thanks Mark, i haven’t don that completely yet, but i shall have to i think. so far i had only rebooted the switch and ms600
I would definitely start by rebooting everything, Network -> Core -> MS600. After that, I would double check that the MS600 is running the latest firmware and request a screenshot of your
Settings -> Audio tab, it should look something like this:
What kind of Cicsco switch are you using? We have sometimes seen Managed Switches cause issues within Roon as mentioned in our Networking Best Practices, so if the behavior still occurs after rebooting everything and you have an unmanaged switch around the house, it may be worth a try.
my switch is a cisco 2960G-8TC-L, currently I have rebooted everything and no joy.
I have just done a qnap update and it now shows up, not sure why but its there
Glad to hear that the Meridian zone is now showing up following the QNAP update. I can’t comment on exactly why the update helped, but it likely refreshed your multicast settings. Does everything now appear to be working on the zone and I can go ahead and close this thread?
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