Wondering if anyone else is having this issue? I have 2 sc6000s connected to my 1850 over ethernet. The SC6000s work as expected, I can download tracks with ease, use sync, basically do anything that would have them talk to one another. However, the Ableton Link only works when I enable Wifi on my 6000s. Is that how it’s supposed to be, WiFi only?
Otherwise, I get a 0 Link devices in the top right of my screens. I’ve confirmed that they’re all on the same network and subnet, checked my router and network settings, the only way this works is if I turn on wifi.
I suppose some might say just stick with wifi but my wifi network is exponentially slower and prone to interference in comparison to my wired. I live in an apartment building, there’s about 100 networks here, and I have to close the door to my studio which reduces the signal. All that said, it seems like Ableton Link should work just the same when connected via ethernet vs. wifi.
Check the video: Imgur: The magic of the Internet
- I have wifi on, 2 devices
- I turn wifi off, 0 devices - However I’m connected via ethernet
- I set my source to beatport and browse