Can't conect my macbook pro to GLD-80

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  • #92326
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    BazAlex
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    Hey guys I need your help.
    We created a new show with 1 to 1 patch a few days ago and everything went well. But when I tried to connect my MacBook to GLD-80 console mac can’t find the host.
    What do I do wrong?
    my setting are as follow

    IP address: 192.168.1.50
    Subnet mask. 255.255.255.0
    Gateway: 192.168.1.1

    This was also my setting on an old show and I never had issues connecting.
    The router we use is Netgear r6700v3

    TIA

    Alex

    #92329
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    volounteer
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    @BazAlex

    Did the mac work before or is this a new item in the system set up?
    If it had worked then what changed on the mac since it did work?

    #92330
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    BazAlex
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    No everything on mac is the same. The only thing I forgot to mention is also reset my router.

    #92334
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    Mike C
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    Do you have the mixer set for a static IP? If ti is for testing sake
    put the mixer in DHCP mode.

    Prior to resetting the router was it configured with a different IP
    address, was the DHCP handout address range changed?
    If the mixer is set up for a static IP maybe there is a IP conflict
    now and or the IP address between the router and the mixer is not
    correct.

    #92336
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    Scott
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    my setting are as follow

    IP address: 192.168.1.50
    Subnet mask. 255.255.255.0
    Gateway: 192.168.1.1

    Is this the GLD or the Macbook? What is the other device’s IP address?

    #92339
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    BazAlex
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    This is GLD
    I think I’ll try to change it to DHCP on

    #92341
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    SteffenR
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    can you tell us the complete settings?

    GLD and MAC

    without it, it’s just guessing

    #92571
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    Scott
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    I’m guessing that you have gotten it working, since we haven’t heard back from you.

    #92572
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    BazAlex
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    Sorry guys It still isn’t working. I’ll be in church today to try it again. We are still on c-19 restrictions and can’t meet with more than 25 people.
    I wonder now if the cat wire is bad or maybe I plugged it wrong. I’ll check today

    #92578
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    volounteer
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    @BazAlex

    if your only change was really just to reset the router then it is not the wire or it suddenly got plugged in wrong

    did you play swapsies with cables or do anything else than push the reset button
    you keep adding a new clue about something else but we need the ENTIRE situation to really be helpful
    else we are guessing at what you think might be involved

    whatever you did is the cause of the problem now
    just what ALL did you do other than reset the router ??

    when it aint broke dont fix it!
    next time do not reset the router

    #92580
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    BazAlex
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    So nothing was changed on MacBook
    Router was reset
    One to One Patched GLD
    Basically we cleaned the stage and unplugged every single wire and repatched it

    #92581
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    Mike C
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    So nothing was changed on MacBook
    Router was reset
    One to One Patched GLD
    Basically we cleaned the stage and unplugged every single wire and repatched it

    To double check, did everything work as intended before the stage cleaning and
    router reset?
    Can you get the MacBook to see and connect to the router?
    (you will need to most likely use the routers default WIFI password)

    Does the mixer and system all work with the exception of being able to control the mixer remotely?

    Assuming you have an everyday four port WIFI router the mixer will connect to one
    of the LAN ports not the WAN that you would connect to your incoming internet service.

    On the mixer double check that the cable to the router is plugged into the network jack
    and not the S Link stage box jack.

    Check that the mixer network connection is set to DHCP so the mixer will get an IP address handed out from the router.
    (I normally use static IP addresses on mixers but using DHCP will/should get up and going without needing to set up the router at this time)
    I have to ask, do you know how to get in the mixers network set up menu?

    #92582
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    BazAlex
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    Thank you Mike for a detailed reply. Everything else on the board is working fine. I know two get to network setup but I noticed that my IP is static 192.168.1.50 I’ll set it to DHCP. Also m,y mac con get inside router setup using 192.168.1.1 and router setup for NO PASSWORD access

    #92585
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    SteffenR
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    again

    wich adress is your MAC on
    wich adress is the GLD on

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