Actually I have to do at least two things: reset the Hegel and reboot the router. Exactly or almost at the same time.
Sometimes this enough and I don’t need to reboot the core.
Resetting the Hegel is essential. But it looks like after that, some residual information remains in the router and network.
Therefore, the exact algorithm of actions is as follows:
Power off the router
Reset the Hegel
Turn off the Hegel
Turn on the router
Turn on the Hegel
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I also used the TP-Link Archer C2300 a year ago and had the same issue
Thanks for that additional information. If you try to enable one of the duplicate Hegels, what happens? Do you hear sound when playing to any of the duplicates? Usually, this can be caused by multicast issues, do you by any chance have any MDNS reflectors apps on this network? Also, please see this article, it may be helpful: