Yesterday, I tried to launch Roon from my Windows 10 PC and Roon cannot find my two week old Roon Core on my Nucleus. I tried rebooting the Nucleus a couple times and nothing. I rebooted my Windows 10 PC and that did not help either.
The Nucleus was purchased from Roon about three weeks ago. It was all working great until yesterday. My music collection size is very small and my music is installed on a 2TB SSD inside Nucleus.
I’m streaming into an Auralic Aries G1.
I also tried rebooting my Verizon FiOS router, and I still cannot connect.
If you’re able to see the Nucleus via the web admin page, but the Roon Remote software on your Windows 10 PC cannot, then it’s possible that the Windows Firewall settings to allow Roon traffic through the firewall have been lost.
Best to wait until a member of Roon’s Support Team responds.
Since Google apparently don’t recommend using their Google Mesh in bridge mode, you’re going to have to put your router into bridge mode (if this is in fact possible - not all routers can do this) if you want to have your Nucleus connected directly to the router…
If you set a static IP address in the nucleus then put it back to where it works and change to dhcp and save then try again to move to your other network. Roon requires all devices to be in the same subnet
Geoff has a good point here that this seems to be related to the Mesh Wifi configuration. Roon requires all devices to be on the same IP range, and if the network configuration is moving remotes to a different IP range that will definitely prevent a connection from occurring.
The next time this happens you can use a network scanner app like Fing to confirm this — Is the IP address of the Nucleus on a different range than the remote?