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Description of Issue
I am having an issue connecting to my Roon Core web interface.
I recently had FTTP installed by BT Openreach and all is well except being able to connect to the core.
I have checked my BT web interface and confirmed the IP address and have checked the Core itself and confirmed the IP address too and they match.
When I type in the web address for the Core, it just continues to search with no success?
Obviously I cannot connect to my Roon app on any device as it cannot find the Core.
As a first step I’d suggest rebooting everything–core, client devices, and all you networking gear (router, switches etc). If that doesn’t work, could you check that your core and the device you’re trying to access it from are both on the same subnet, i.e. that they each have an IP address that shares the same first three sections (e.g. 192.168.0.xxx).
I have reset my Hub/Router and all client devices with no success.
The Core has had the same Static address for over a year with no issues until now.
I have the Core running now and have used a HDMI cable to the TV to check the status.
It confirms the Core is running successfully and tells me to access it direct via its address: 192.168.1.***
I have confirmed the address vis the BT Smart Hub web page too.
When I type the address into a webpage, it just says its taking too long to respond?
Right, I think I may have discovered my error.
After the new installation of the FTTP broadband, I struggled to set things back up again and had to manually input the details for the Intel NUC. One of the settings is: SUBNET MASK. I checked online and input 255.255.255.255 into the ROON software on my PC. That’s when thing went wrong.
Looking at my BT Hub web interface, it says the SUBNET MASK is 255.255.255.0
Is this the issue do you think and if so, how do I fix it if I can’t get into the ROON software??
I can change the SUBNET MASK figures within the Hub but I’m reluctant to do this as it may screw all my other devices and there is almost 30 of them.