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Networking Gear & Setup Details
Unifi Cloud Key 2
Unifi 16 way switch with POE
Unifi Security gateway PRO
None at present.
Just resubscibed to Tidal and ROON yesterday.
Description of Issue
Just resubscibed to ROON after moving home yesterday… as well as TIDAL.
Still using same router/setup (above) as old house but now unable to see ROON core on network now or connect via App as core undiscoverable…
Have tried different cables and connecting LAN directly to router etc but cannot still see core.
Link and description of core as above.
All was working fine before moving to new property.
Any settings I am not correcting on network etc ?
Any help would be greatly appreciated .
Thank You !
Just messing around with this and …
connected my Roon endpoint directly to modem (bypassing / disconnecting UNIFI stuff) and I was able to find the core and download App immediately.
The Bryston is not connected so still no music…
Now, How can I connect all components to my UNIFI switch etc ? Also have other components like OPPO205 player etc…etc and all need to be connected via the 16 port switch…
Another problem is that the |NUC does not output a picture via the hdmi. Have tried a few different screens now. The company that provided this ‘Inside Tech’ have suggested reseating the CPU into another port…in the process of trying this now .
May also try Virgin Media again today to see if they can change any settings on the HUB remotely in order to help.
Basic troubleshooting is needed. Everything needs to be on the same ethernet lan segment (IP subnet) and there are a few ways to check this. Probably easiest, if your comfortable with the Unifi Controller in your Cloud Key is…
Clients → Wired
Then identify the Core and the BDP 1 Player devices.
Both should be on the same “IP subnet” which is a combination of IP address and subnet mask. For example a mask of 255.255.255.0 means the first 3 octets are masked and create a ip subnet of example 10.1.2.x where x is the only difference between the two.
Then, once you’ve identified the IP address of the 2 devices login via the web using http://10.1.2.x substituting the 10.1.2 for whatever subnet and the x for the individual devices. Find the menu which tells you the address config for both Core and BDP 1. Verify that the subnets (something like 255.255.255.0) match. Once all this is verified than you’ll have confidence the 2 devices are on “the same IP subnet”.
Next, disable Windows firewall to make sure that isn’t causing you issues. You can look this up online.
Are you running Roon Server under windows or the full GUI? Can you access Roon directly from the Windows 10 NuC locally? Not having a display on the NuC will limit your ability to troubleshoot. That isn’t a Roon issue and probably needs to be corrected before more troubleshooting can occur. I’d power it down, hook up a monitor, mouse, and keyboard, and power on. Do you see anything? Could the NuC have died during the move?
Thanks to both you and your colleague for contacted me via my email to get this resolved. Much appreciated.
The Bryston issue with the BDP1 player is sorted out and I am now able to access TIDAL and my own music database and the player is working as it should. It was just a minor change to the setup…
Still unable to use ROON. Just tried the app again via my laptop.
Can you please help ?
Bryston have managed to get their syatem and software working and I have just had a new Router installed by my service provider (Virgin Media) . The engineer also advsied that the service was working optimally.
Thanks for the message.
Bryston sorted out the problems I was having with their end at the time but the ROON issue still exists. I have not been able to use it since I resubscibed to ROON. I am still paying the monthly subscription unfortunately.
The ‘ROON READY’ mode has been switched off from the software of the BDP1 so I have not been able to use it for the last few months. Can anything be done ? It was working previously prior to me cancelling the previous susbcription, with the same hardware - including modem etc.