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  1. steven.y

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    How do your connect Mac mini with Sotm? A flow control feature on/off is setting of network switch (hub). My guess is that ASUS AX5400 (TUF-AX5400) router/switch does not have flow control feature. By the way, just in case, check that your ethernet cable (UTP cable) is right one. It should be category 5e, 6 or 6A. Best, Steven
  2. steven.y

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    Got only "Current: 100baseXT"(100baseTX)? Do you see additional information such as "<full-duplex flow-control>" and also "Active: "? If you got those outputs (flow-control, Active:), it means that your mac is configured (and connected with) flow control enabled network (IEEE 802.3x standard). If not, it seems like that your mac (Mac Mini M1 ?)'s device 'en0' is not active network interface. In this case, first thing you should do is to identify the name of your active network device, such as en0, en1, .... A command below will show all the network interfaces (and also other kind of devices). % networksetup -listallhardwareports Hardware Port: Ethernet Device: en0 Ethernet Address: 18:81:0e:f0:62:ee Hardware Port: Wi-Fi Device: en1 Ethernet Address: a4:83:e7:dc:0e:1e ... (snip)... Then, use that name to networksetup command.
  3. steven.y

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    % networksetup -getmedia en0 Current: 1000baseT <full-duplex flow-control> Active: 1000baseT <full-duplex flow-control> or % ifconfig en0 en0: flags=8863<UP,BROADCAST,SMART,RUNNING,SIMPLEX,MULTICAST> mtu 1500 options=50b<RXCSUM,TXCSUM,VLAN_HWTAGGING,AV,CHANNEL_IO> ...(snip)... media: 1000baseT <full-duplex,flow-control> status: active hope this works! Steven
  4. steven.y

    HQ Player

    I'd like to provide one more information. at Roon "Play" button pushed, ~/.hqplayer/HQPlayer4Desktop.log: & 2021/05/25 10:48:40 Playlist clear & 2021/05/25 10:48:40 Playlist add URI: http://127.0.0.1:9102/5fb3ac2e27fd4d80bdc6b84685ba53a1/stream.raw 2021/05/25 10:48:40 Offload: resampler=disabled convolution=disabled & 2021/05/25 10:48:40 Play 2021/05/25 10:48:40 Offload: resampler=disabled convolution=disabled + 2021/05/25 10:48:40 Playback engine running 2021/05/25 10:48:40 Rate or blocksize change triggered 2021/05/25 10:48:40 Rate: 44100, block size: 3528, frame size: 588 2021/05/25 10:48:40 Block size: 3528 (sample: 3) ! 2021/05/25 10:48:40 clHQPlayerEngine::Execute(): clThreadPool::ThreadPoolCreate(): pthread_create(): Resource temporarily unavailable 2021/05/25 10:48:40 Stop request (reset) - 2021/05/25 10:48:40 Playback engine stopped & 2021/05/25 10:48:40 Stop... & 2021/05/25 10:48:40 ...stopped 2021/05/25 10:48:40 Set volume: -3 + Hope this help Miska investigating my issue. Best, Steven
  5. steven.y

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    jcn3, thanks for following. Just for a clarification, In my signal path above, #4 (Roon App) is working only as a controller (#4 does not output audio signal at all, but #3 (HQP NAA) outputs to ADI-2 DAC via USB.) Best, Steven
  6. steven.y

    HQ Player

    I also have had an issue and it looks like a same issue. My environment; Macmini (intel x64): running 1) HQPyer 4 Desktop 4.11.2 2) Roon Server (core, latest, Roon version 1.8 build 795) Macbook Pro (intel x64): running 3) networkaudiod-412 4) Roon App (client) Local Network: Linksys VELOP (wifi mesh) Signal path: [Local file; flac PCM] --> Roon Server --> HQPyer 4 Desktop --> wifi mesh (IPv6) --> networkaudiod-412 My issue; When playing stream (Qobus), change to different album with different source format (e.g., current mp3 streaming; next redbook PCM), it occasionally does not start playing the next album and stop playing. At the moment, on Roon App screen, it looks like to play the first track of the next album (put tracks on queue) but it does not proceed counter; while on HQPyer 4 Desktop screen, it lookbs like being sleeping, i.e., "Format:" is left blank; NAA (networkaudiod) stop CoreAudio output and is waiting. FYI, I have never experienced the issue with HQPyer 4 Desktop 4.10. (Edit:) The only solution is to restart HQP. Steven
  7. steven.y

    HQ Player

    It would be nice if HQPlayer Desktop provides Web based configuration user interface/experience just like as Embedded version has. This will allow me to switch filter setting via, say, my iphone (Safari browser) while listening.
  8. Miska, I configured NAA machine's ipv6 network interface to "Unique local address", in my case, fd00:1::38f9:d349:f061 prefixlen 64. Unfortunately, it dose not work and end up "Can't assign requested address" error and "Socket failure, falling back to IPv4-only!". [networkaudiod-411/networkaudiod] (6184): networkaudiod Copyright (C) 2011-2020 Jussi Laako / Signalyst. All rights reserved. [networkaudiod-411/networkaudiod] (6184): create coreaudio engine [networkaudiod-411/networkaudiod] (6184): Network interfaces: [networkaudiod-411/networkaudiod] (6184): if[en0] ipv4=192.168.1.117 ipv6=fd00:1::38f9:d349:f061 idx=6 [networkaudiod-411/networkaudiod] (6184): if[lo0] ipv4=127.0.0.1 ipv6=::1 idx=1 [networkaudiod-411/networkaudiod] (6184): listen discovery on en0 [networkaudiod-411/networkaudiod] (6184): clSocket::SetOption(): setsockopt(..., 41,12, ...): Can't assign requested address [networkaudiod-411/networkaudiod] (6184): Socket failure, falling back to IPv4-only! [networkaudiod-411/networkaudiod] (6184): listen discovery on 0.0.0.0 As souce code of networkaudiod is not available, I have no clue to solving the issue by myself but I suspect that mreq.ipv6mr_interface args in setsockopt() call is wrong. In my NAA machine, macbook pro, the default multicast interface is "lo0" (loopback interface). Setting it to default value (zero) end up "Can't assign requested address" error. It sould be set to "en0", that is, mreq.ipv6mr_interface = if_nametoindex("en0"); . I hope this help solving the issue. - Steven
  9. You are right. I write tiny test program that send ipv4 broadcast message on udp:43210 and networkaudiod discover the packet. So the root cause shoud be in the HQPlayer machine (mac mini). I will investigate further and report it. - Steven Y.
  10. Negative, the last output from networkaudiod is [./networkaudiod] (564): listen discovery on 0.0.0.0. To isolate issue, I boot the macbook pro, an NAA device connect with iFi i-nano, to Ubuntu. Its networkaudiod (version 4.11) works as it intended to be with Ubuntu. Ubuntu:~$ netstat -a Active Internet connections (servers and established) Proto Recv-Q Send-Q Local Address Foreign Address State tcp6 0 0 [::]:43210 [::]:* LISTEN tcp6 211400 0 stevenyUbuntu:43210 fe80::497:7f54:6e:59825 ESTABLISHED udp6 0 0 [::]:43210 [::]:* udp 0 0 0.0.0.0:43210 0.0.0.0:* On the other hand, in a same machine/configurarion, boot to MacOS and networkaudiod fails to be discovered by HQPlayer. StevenMac:~$ sudo ~/Downloads/networkaudiod-411/networkaudiod Password: [/Users/yamd/Downloads/networkaudiod-411/networkaudiod] (431): networkaudiod Copyright (C) 2011-2020 Jussi Laako / Signalyst. All rights reserved. [/Users/yamd/Downloads/networkaudiod-411/networkaudiod] (431): create coreaudio engine [/Users/yamd/Downloads/networkaudiod-411/networkaudiod] (431): Network interfaces: [/Users/yamd/Downloads/networkaudiod-411/networkaudiod] (431): if[en1] ipv4=192.168.1.108 ipv6=fe80::f9:364f:8979:a0e1%en1 idx=9 [/Users/yamd/Downloads/networkaudiod-411/networkaudiod] (431): if[lo0] ipv4=127.0.0.1 ipv6=::1 idx=1 [/Users/yamd/Downloads/networkaudiod-411/networkaudiod] (431): listen discovery on en1 [/Users/yamd/Downloads/networkaudiod-411/networkaudiod] (431): clSocket::SetOption(): setsockopt(..., 41,12, ...): Can't assign requested address [/Users/yamd/Downloads/networkaudiod-411/networkaudiod] (431): Socket failure, falling back to IPv4-only! [/Users/yamd/Downloads/networkaudiod-411/networkaudiod] (431): listen discovery on 0.0.0.0 StevenMac:~$ netstat -a Active Internet connections (including servers) Proto Recv-Q Send-Q Local Address Foreign Address (state) tcp4 0 0 *.43210 *.* LISTEN udp4 0 0 *.43210 *.* It looks like that MacOS version of the networkaudiod fails to bind ipv6 address and also fails to get the broadcast packet with ipv4. - Steven Y.
  11. Dear Miska: I'm trying to run Network Audio Adapter (4.11) on MacOS Catalina (10.15.6) but failed. I don't see my DAC (ifi i-nano, connected with USB) on HQPlayer 4.6. Please find a command line output of the networkaudiod below: $ (cd ~/Downloads/networkaudiod-411/; sudo ./networkaudiod) Password: [./networkaudiod] (564): networkaudiod Copyright (C) 2011-2020 Jussi Laako / Signalyst. All rights reserved. [./networkaudiod] (564): create coreaudio engine [./networkaudiod] (564): Network interfaces: [./networkaudiod] (564): if[en0] ipv4=192.168.1.117 ipv6=fe80::856:3f40:d693:6003%en0 idx=7 [./networkaudiod] (564): if[lo0] ipv4=127.0.0.1 ipv6=::1 idx=1 [./networkaudiod] (564): listen discovery on en0 [./networkaudiod] (564): clSocket::SetOption(): setsockopt(..., 41,12, ...): Can't assign requested address [./networkaudiod] (564): Socket failure, falling back to IPv4-only! [./networkaudiod] (564): listen discovery on 0.0.0.0 In Output Device Setting menu of HQPlayer, I see Sonore microRendu but not iFi i-nano device on Macbook Pro in "NetworkAudioAdapter" nor "NetworkAudioAdapter IPv6". - Steven Y.
  12. Received a new 2.8 card yesterday for microRendu and start enjoying music with HQPlayer Desktop(ver 4.3.1). I have two questions: Q1. It changes a model name display in http://sonicorbiter.com/ page. It says "Model: ultraRendu" but it sould be microRendu, not uR. Is my new 2.8 card is for microRendu? Version: 2.8 Model: ultraRendu IP Address: ***.***.***.*** MAC: D0:63:B4:01:04:98 Serial Number: 010498 Q2. The NAA driver software might be beta as HQPlayer Output Device settings page says: "Device: 28beta:NuPrime IDA-8: USB Audio". Is USB Audio driver is beta version? Finally, I'd like to report that it need to update software with "Software Update" page twice.
  13. It's important to use well shielded quality coax cable, like Belden 1694A, as well as terminate both the end properly (75ohm), Use BNC connector for the DigiOne Signature side. I got cable from Blue Jeans Cable ( https://www.bluejeanscable.com/store/digital-audio/index.htm). If the amp/dac side is not terminated properly, it might be useful to insert a RF attenuators to reduce reflections. (also see http://www.johnkenny.biz/home/rf-attenuators). Steven
  14. I was wrong. We cannot know IP address of MR with Roon app. Instead, we must use other method to obtain it. Sorry for confused Steven
  15. You can obtain MR ip-address from Roon setting pane. Then access to MR via IP-address, e.g., http://10.22.33.44/ . - Steven.
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