Hello all, I have searched and searched and searched all over the internet to try and solve my issue and I still cannot find a resolution. I have resorted to see if their is any expert on here that could possibly help solve or guide me in the right direction. I have a 2017 iMac running High Sierra. I also have a Solid State Logic Nucleus 2 (DAW Controller) and a Solid State Logic Sigma. Those two devices are used in conjunction with Logic Pro for music product. They both communicate via midi over IP or the use of ipMidi driver. My studio is on the second floor of the house and so to get the network up there, I purchased a Orbi RBS40 satellite. I then connect my iMac and two SSL devices into that router. Both of the manuals for the Solid State Logic products tell me to set the devices to use DHCP for the network setup and they will all work fine and communicate with each other. Well that is not the case and I am at a loss of what to do to fix it. I am wondering if I have to do something in network routes or modify a setting in the router. The manuals for both devices say to turn off airport because it will interfere with the two devices trying to talk to the computer/application. I am not a network engineer so ill try and explain this the best I can. Do I have setup something up somewhere that tells the network/computer what connection is what? I guess what I am trying to say is: Do you/can you configure the network to say this is the internet and it goes down this road and these ipMidi devices go down this road and separate them so they don't interfere with one another. I hope that made sense. I can quote what the manuals say but its pretty brief outside of setting the device to DHCP and thats about it. Does anyone understand or think they know what might going on here? Also I will move this to another forum if this isn't the appropriate one.