Setting up LMS Server access (Media Server)
First and foremost, I am an end user that has the Firebox T70 unit. It is a great unit and usually I have no problems whatsoever, until now. The unit is in mixed routing mode, with three networks running; a wired net (192.168.111.xxx), and two wireless (192.168.0.x, and 192.168.100.x). I did this to split up the load between all nets and devices. So far so good. Recently, I built an LMS Server Media Server (on a raspberry Pi) that runs on the wired net (192.168.111.x) where my NAS also resides. I have a Squeezelight client (a WiiM Media Player) that is on my WIRELESS net at 192.168.100.x , as the unit is on another floor and needs wireless. Of course, it connects to the wireless network fine, but the units cannot se each other over the networks. Again, I am in mixed routing mode, so I should be able to get them to communicate (at least in my mind). If I put the Squeezelight Client player on my wired network, it works flawlessly and immediately with he Media Server (LMS) as they are both on the same network. . It (the player, which has a reserved address) simply CANNOT find the Client player on the wireless net. Ever. I have reached out to the LMS and WiiM Communities and they are convinced it has to do with how my networks are set up. What step am I missing, and how can I solve this? Another word: I am NOT a networking professional in any way. When I originally set up the router and nets I had the assistance of Support as it was in my initial period. I, of course, do not have that now. All devices ping perfectly between wired and wireless devices. There should be a way to do this, can you help? Thank you all for your thoughts and advice.