04-15-2012 06:04 PM
04-17-2012 01:32 PM
Oftentimes this is due to the DHCP lease expiring on the router and the router giving the squeezeboz a new 'address' on the local network. Then when the squeezebox tries to connect, it either has a duplicate address OR can't see the router any more.
The solution (if it is this) is to allocate a manual IP address to the devices on the network (there will be a page to do this in the configuration of your router).
You'd be amazed how often that cures this kind of issue!