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The MAC address is in the format MAC AA:BB:CC:DD:EE:FF where each of the letters can be a number between 0-9 and letters between A-F. All network devices are allocated a unique MAC address usually initially sequenced by the manufacturer, that is netgear will have a common initial sequence and so on.
The local network you computer has allocated itself or the router can be recovered from the PC from the CMD prompt and use the IPCONFIG (ALL) command
You must go into the options for Jriver and select the DLNA option, otherwise it will not look for the renderer.
Once you have this selected, re-power the renderer and it will show up on the left side of the Jriver menu, assuming it is a UPnP/DLNA renderer. Click on it and then you will be able to go to your playlists and tracks and play music.
BTW, I experienced better SQ using Linn Kinsky and Minimserver. They are both freeware. Must use both together. Start by entering your path to your music files in Minimserver.
Thank you @AMG56 and @audioengr
AMG, this Renderer was cutting edge in 2012, Bel Canto was ahead of the game (sorry Sonore).
My unit is #16, so produced in 2012/13.
As such, it was not Mac compatible back then, so unfortunately there is no MAC address on the unit/box. So I can’t ping it (but at least now I know how to, thank you).
Steve, thanks, I did have to check the DLNA box on JRiver, and the Renderer was recognized, and I’m playing right now.
The renderer sounds great with with no warm up. Just like the metaphor, "a rising tide lifts all boats", the same is true with the Renderer, I’m hearing more (and more accurate) resolution on ALL frequencies from top to bottom.