I have two SC6000s (running Engine DJ v2.3.2) and a DJX-1850 mixer (running firmware v1.5). I also have 2 LC6000s (one off each SC6000).
My left SC6000 is plugged in via Ethernet to port 2 of the mixer, to allow layer B to be assigned to channel 1 and A to be assigned to channel 2. My right SC6000 is connected to Ethernet port 3, allowing layer A to be on channel 3, and layer B to be on channel 4. Then the mixer is connected to switch and my home network. I presume this ordering might impact which fader is controlling Engine Lighting in the deck running it?
When I start Engine Lighting on the left SC6000, it rarely works properly. In the “connection status” section of the settings, I’d expect to see the Player 1 and Player 2 lights lit up. It works once in a while, but often one (or both!) decks aren’t showing up as “connected” (even the one where Engine Lighting is running).
When I use my upfaders in this state, sometimes one channel will activate the lights, sometimes none.
I’ve tried various startup sequences, but nothing is reliable. Once in a while I get lucky and all 4 channels trigger the lights as expected and it stays stable for that session.
I tried to disable WiFi on the decks to ensure that all data is going out over the physical Ethernet ports, but I’m not sure that did anything.
What else can I try? It surely can’t be this difficult?