Core Machine (Operating system/System info/Roon build number)
21" iMac, late 2012, MacOS 10.15.5, Roon version 1,7 (build 571 (stable)
Network Details (Including networking gear model/manufacturer and if on WiFi/Ethernet)
Netgear Orbi mesh, 1 base, 1 satellite. iMac connected to base via ethernet. 1 16" MacBook Pro 2019, 1 13.3" MacBook. All Macs running MacOS 10.15.5. 1 iPhone 8, 1 iPhone XsPlus, both running iOS 13.6; 1 iPad Air and 1 iPad Pro 9.8, running IpadOS 13.6
Audio Devices (Specify what device you’re using and its connection type - USB/HDMI/etc.)
NAD DAC2 wireless NAC connected to iMac via USB. Onboard audio devices in Macbooks, iPads, and iPhones
Description Of Issue
On starting Roon server connectivity is fine from all satellites. Eventually one of two things happens:
- the satellite is unable to see the core. I’ve tried selecting a new core, including by IP address, and the core is still not seen.
- No audio devices are found by the satellite.
I can’t associate the start of the problem with any specific event, e.g., an operating system or hardware upgrade.
When this happens to one client it happens to all of them. It requires a reboot of the server to restore normal operation. The server firewall has rules allowing incoming connection to Roon and RAATserver. As an experiment I have disabled the firewall and antivirus, first on the server and then on one of the MacBooks, but this did not help. I have uninstalled/reinstalled Roon on the server and the clients to no avail.
Ping shows that clients and server are visible to each other
Any thoughts? This has become very frustrating because it makes my music collection inaccessible most of thee time. When it is working Roon is the ideal solution for my needs.
Thanks in advance for any assistance you can offer.