Running Roon Core on NUC10i7FNH. It is set to update automatically when Roon drops an update. (Obviously since I can’t access the NUC on the network I can’t confirm the current version.)
Modem: Arris Surfboard SB 8200.
Switch: 8-port TP-Link.
Interfaces access Roon by WiFi, which is routed by a Google wifi router system.
This exact and unmodified configuration has run fault free since February 2021.
I tried bypassing the switch and connecting direct by ethernet to the Arris. No change.
There are no audio devices connected directly to the NUC. Everything connects by wifi.
No idea. 250,000 would be my guess. This has not changed since it was first connected.
Roon core not findable. Does not show up on the Network.
NUC is ethernet hardwired to 8-port switch, which is hardwired direct to modem. (There are three other devices running from the switch and none have any issues.)
While I will list the nine (9) different interfaces, the problem is OS and device agnostic; across-the-board. None of the below listed devices sees the Roon Core on the network.
- iMac running Monterey (main machine)
- iMac running Big Sur
- MBP running Big Sur
- iPad Pro running iPad OS 14
- iPad Pro running iPad OS 15
- iPhone running iOs 15.2
- BlueSound Node 2i, with a Raspberry pi connected.
8/9. Apple TV (2x)
We live in Lake Tahoe, and have had substantial and frequent power outages and–sometimes related and sometimes unrelated–internet outages over the past 10 days due to weather.
I have power cycled the NUC several times because when the power comes back on it does not start the NUC automatically. 2 or 3 days ago it stopped being seen on the network no matter what I do.
Yes. Power is on. Yes. The Network is live. As far as I can tell everything is on the same network. The logs show that I’m running v 1.8, but when I click “About Roon” nothing happens. The preferences function in Roon v 1.8 also does not work.
I uninstalled and reinstalled, and the “About Roon” function/info and Preferences panel still do not work.
Info in Finder says it was last updated on 12/23/21, which seems to correspond pretty closely with when things went kablooey. (I believe this to be true. But I do not recall specifically when I upgraded to the most recent version due to the confusion created by all the power and internet outages but that sounds about right to me.) Info also shows a (c) of 2016. Power was out ALL day on the 24th and the 26th. Did not try to access on Xmas day or at any other time until yesterday, Dec 30.
If I had guess, I’d say v 1.8 is the problem, but I don’t know that. If someone asks I can run the last log that I have.