Rock on NUC8i3BEH, OS 1.0 build 227, Roon 1.7 build 667.
Network Details (Including networking gear model/manufacturer and if on WiFi/Ethernet)
From my ISP modem I have a cable going to ubiquiti EdgeRouter X then to a switch to Rock and my PC, which I use to control rock.
Audio Devices (Specify what device you’re using and its connection type - USB/HDMI/etc.)
I’m using a Schiit bifrost 2 DAC.
Description Of Issue
Tidal stopped working two days ago with the pink box asking to try retry the connexion. I tried but it didn’t work.
So I tried to disable de service and retry inserting the Tidal account information. Everything goes fine, I’m redirected to Tidal website, input my account information and receive the “You’ve successfully connected your TIDAL account. Return to Roon if your browser doesn’t automatically redirect you…” information on the website. But when I get back to roon I still see the login/sign up prompt on roon.
Yeah, I know that.
But transferring all my files back to rock is not something I’d like to do.
Considering recently Roon had some problems with Tidal integration I figured something related might be happening.
Hello @nerone, could you please try with Chrome and let me know if that works? Have you tried with your firewall/antivirus disabled? Also, do you have any issues using the TIDAL app on that same machine?
I just tried using chrome and with disabled kaspersky protection, the result is the same.
I have no problem using Tidal on any of my devices other than rock, either with their app or with web based streaming.
Hello @nerone, and thanks for trying that! Can you tell me if this is a managed or unmanaged switch? Also, could you please reproduce the issue one more time and reply here with a timestamp (in your local timezone) when you do so I can enable diagnostics for your account? Thanks!
Hello @nuwriy, i guess i figured it out. I tried changing some configurations on the edgerouter, and disabled it’s firewall entirely, then everything worked again.
If you’d be willing, I could do as you say and enable the firewall again and reproduce the error with diagnostics enabled, so you can identify and solve the issue.
Let me know if this can be done.
No, I don’t have exceptions created. I’m not that proficient in IT, I just know a bit of logic and how to follow a tutorial.
Is there anything on how to create exceptions for Roon?
I don’t think RAAT would need exceptions, as reproduction of local files was working.
Hello @nerone, my apologies for the confusion there. I spoke with my team about the issue and they recommended that you enable the IGMP Multicast setting on the router using the directions found here. Please let me know if that helps!