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Originally Posted by Jonas2
I'm not a networking expert so don't know that I will be able to help you (experts, feel free to step in!
). I suppose with that error, it is possible something else is using that TCP port (I doubt it), but you can try changing it as Anthem recommends to 1025 or 49150 (page 30).
Are you connected directly to your router via ethernet, or are you connected wireless?
I have my Anthem hardwired into my network, while I'm using my Microsoft Surface Book 2 on WiFi. I checked the port settings on my router, and I don't have any else using this port. One thing the ARC software mentions when it starts up is to make sure that nothing else uses the receiver's IP control. Everything in my house is IP controlled since everything is running on a Control4 system. I wonder if this might be causing the issue? I could unplug any devices hooked up to the Anthem when I run ARC and see if this fixes the problem.
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