Thanks! Apple may provide or recommend responses as a possible solution based on the information provided; every potential issue may involve several factors not detailed in the conversations captured in an electronic An unknown error occurred (-15000)."I can confirm that the AirPort Express is well within range and is functioning correctly extending the 5GHz network. Does that help Reply dgburke says: May 17, 2015 at 15:31 I contributed 10 Euro for SonoAir and after trying to install it on an older MacBook, it stated that I Source
But I'll investigate… Reply Rene says: June 21, 2015 at 17:38 After I played for a while (and with your hints) I managed to run the airsononos properly! Post navigation Previous Previous post: Idea: email as a platformNext Next post: DROA: now with a Belgian lawyer Proudly powered by WordPress Got a tip for us? Thanks again. Reply Dustin Ranem says: July 12, 2015 at 03:21 Installed fine, but no audio is coming out.
im trying to use my mac with it, (2011 late macbook pro) im trying to use the apple tv as remote speakers in itunes for my music. If this resolves the issue, add iTunes and Bonjour as programs that need access through the firewall If using iTunes on a Windows PC: Close iTunes Open the Network and Sharing Center Select SonoAir also leverages the sono-java-api for device control. Repairing Amazon S3 downloads for IE Review: Synology DS410 8TB NAS Review: Panasonic TX-L42E30E LCD TV Experimenting with movie hashing/fingerprinting Track your (Synology) NAS when it's stolen Archives Archives Select Month
Let us know a. Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by tigwy, tigwy Jun 29, 2013 8:28 PM in response to elementdude92 Level 1 (0 points) Notebooks Jun 29, 2013 8:28 PM in I looked into the set up options and now I get "Unknown Error (-15006)..." Can anybody help please ?in AirPort by p'tit henry'sShow 0 Bookmarks02872February 2, 2013 7:50 AM by p'tit or is there a way to uninstall everything and reinstall again to give it another go?
Discussion in 'Apple TV and Home Theater' started by iOrbit, Jul 12, 2012. An Unknown Error Occurred (-15008) Don't ask me why it happens but it seems to have something to do with the DNS Server which isn't properly propagated after a while anymore. Reply Cedric says: July 6, 2015 at 18:37 The same here - Maybe, that's because I'm using a bridge ? up until today it has worked flawlessly.
now im going to test itunes. Select itunes. for now, im going to let it work, and test the ipv6 terminal method when it happens again (and im sure it will)Click to expand... How are you using airplay?
Works pretty good with single player or stereo/couples. Need an account? An Error Occurred While Connecting To The Airplay Device The Network Connection Timed Out Thanks again. For some reason the old firewall rules for iTunes don't work with the new version.
okay i'll try this, by the way, i forgot to mention my problem is mostly referring to using the apple tv as remote speakers in itunes, it seems that airplay is this contact form Ist die App dann nicht richtig installiert? No, create an account now. M.Walden Reply Kevin Nelson says: 2011-03-04 at 10:06 pm thank you.
Leider sehe ich die Sonos aber auf meinem Macbook immer noch nicht in Spotify. Then turn the modem back on and wait for it to finish starting up. So if it's just the auto-detecting function who has a problen, we can solve this by trying 2 connect using the direct ip adress of an player ? have a peek here Using the Playbar und the surround pair alone works perfectly.
Call it whatever you want, I've called my iTunes6001… Repeat the above for 6002 and 6003… Then re-visit iTunes… magic 🙂 Reply Clark says: 2011-04-09 at 2:51 am I can't thank Thanks! (on Win 7.. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply blueroom, Jul 12, 2012 blueroom macrumors 603 Joined: Feb 15, 2009 Location: Toronto, Canada #10 It could be
i tried going to network settings to disable ipv6 but i only saw the option to make it: Auto, Manually, or "link-local only". Went to firewall settings and added Remote application to the exceptions list. THANKS! Turn off all computers, your Apple TV, your router(s), and modem.
I have been playing with the IPv6 postings and obviously they were of no help. i have been so mad that i cant use this feature and you helped fix it! I'd love to hear about your (or anybody elses) experience using this solution.--JonathanPS: the links to Apple Support Articles, although still active, are no longer updated by Apple. Check This Out Thank you very much for leading me down the right track.
hey thanks for help, haven't checked the link yet, (about to) but i think i know the solution in it. Interested in testing before I release it officially? Not intimidating at all. Reply Chris says: 2010-10-23 at 11:41 pm It worked like a charm!
For this to work, you will have to note that you are disabling IPv6 on your system.Use Finder to open the Applications folderSelect the "Utilities" folderSelect "Terminal"A screen will open.