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MRX-1 now on different subnet than iOS remotes
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Post 1 made on Sunday July 24, 2016 at 21:39
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July 2016
I have an MRX-1 and several iOS remotes all working well. Due to necessity, there were network changes and all WiFi devices in my house were moved to a new subnet (192.168.2.x). The MRX-1 is located on 192.168.1.x, which is the same IP it has always been.

When you launch the iOS remote software on the phone, it complains that it can no longer find the MRX-1 base station. I'll also add that I cannot update the iphone remote software through complete control either. When I attempt to scan for iphone remote devices to update, none come up. Any insight on how I can resolve this?

Last edited by dividian on July 24, 2016 22:13.

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