I have two Roon Rock cores installed on two separate Nucs, and it’s really complicated trying to identify which one is wich outside of Roon. Within Roon, you can rename the core to something unique, but when browsing for the file share, you can’t really se which one is which unless you mount using IP-adress. Is there a workaround or ar you planning/considering providing some configurability to the server name?
They are on two separate physical LANs connected to each other through VPN so that it is one logical network. I tried only having one core at first, but it didn’t work very well streaming to the remote location, so I decided to go for two instead. I want to be able to access both from either location to be able to synchronize/mirror my music storage (using rsync scripts).
Hello Danny, many people use 2 NUC’s, me too. One as Core and one as Output because the NUC is a very good bridge. I connected my USB DAC and use HDMI for multichannel.
It would be great if you would install a feature with which you can define the function of ROCK. Only Core, only Output or both, as for 99.99998% Best regards Michael.