BluOS Controller app 4.x.x
Check Network Connection
To confirm if the Bluesound player is connected to the network using a wireless or ethernet connection, perform the following steps:
Android/iOS - Check Network Connection
- Launch the BluOS Controller app, navigate to the Players tab , and select the required Bluesound Player.
- Tap the Home tab > Settings button .
- Under the Help & Support section, tap Diagnostics.
Windows/macOS - Check Network Connection
- In the BluOS Controller App, select the Player Drawer and select the required Player.
- Under the left Navigation Drawer, select Help > Diagnostics.
The color-coded Signal Strength indicator, Network name, and dBm reading are displayed along with the IP Address of the network.
Only the IP Address of the network is displayed.
- When an Ethernet connection is available, the player connects to the network using the wired connection by default.
- Bluesound players cannot connect using both wired and wireless connections simultaneously.
BluOS Controller app 3.x.x
To check if you are connected to either Ethernet or Wi-Fi, select Help, Diagnostics in the Navigation Drawer of the App.
If the Diagnositcs for the Player you have chosen displays a color coded signal strength indicator and a dBm reading, it is connected via wireless. If these do not show up, this Player is connected via Ethernet.
By default, if a network cable is attached to a BluOS Player, it will always attempt the wired connection first. BluOS Players cannot connect using both connections at the same time. A Player can only be connected as wireless OR wired.