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  • MikeATrout Level 1 Level 1

    Disabling IPV6 on my network adapter fixed my problem. Strange since things were working with iTunes 11.1.1 and IPV6 enabled.

  • Mike SM Level 1 Level 1

    Looks like the issue is in the Apple cloud servers. My ipods, iphones, ipads stopped seeing iTunes server despite I stick with iTunes 11.0.5 and iOS6 due to podcast delete issue in iTunes 11.1.

    Perhaps it will be useful for members of this forum to read another forum:

    https://discussions.apple.com/thread/5322917?start=105&tstart=0

  • alaskat Level 1 Level 1

    This worked for me!

    I disabled IPV6 on my network adapter and my home sharing and apple tv began working again! 

  • spikenz Level 1 Level 1

    I should like to say that I too am having serious difficulties that have not been resolved, in spite of my performing several of the suggestions found here for correcting the difficulties. The system has previously worked well for several years without difficulties, and now, since the last round of upgrade into Mavericks, I cannot get a movie to play form one computer to another for more than a few minutes afterwhich the image freezes and there is no futher progress. I have a mac Pro, a mac mini, a mac powerbook (new) and a mac airbook running in the house with an apple wifi system. I also have an iphone and ipad. I have been using macs since 1983 and have not experienced so signifincat an issue after an upgrade. The rest of teh system seems fine and several improvements are welcomed but teh itunes issue is clearly putting a damper on the enjoyment as it has rendered home sharring essentially unavailable. 

  • HerveAcc Level 1 Level 1

    Hi,

     

    I tried all the options and even disable IPV6. I have Imac with all the latest updates (OS, Itunes) and cannot use home sharing btw the Imac and the Apple TV.

    Any advise is welcome.

     

    Cheers

  • Douglas A Mccullough Level 1 Level 1

    I am having the same problem. Running a 2012 Mac Mini with up-to-date Mavericks and up-to-date iTunes. iPad2 with up-to-date iOS7 and reinstalled Remote app cannot be seen by just-updated Apple TV or iTunes. Oddly, both iTunes and Apple TV can see my iPhone 4s running up-to-date iOS7. Why would Remote work just fine on an iPhone but not an iPad?

  • quadra610 Level 1 Level 1

    4 computers in the house.   iMac, MBP, 2008 macbook, and a windows machine.   Homesharing has always worked fine...but now the 2008 MB can't see anyone's libraries.   funny thing is...they can see eachother and even the 2008 MB but the 2008 MB can't see anything?  

     

    What gives?

  • Douglas A Mccullough Level 1 Level 1

    I solved my own problem - head trouble. The ipad2 had somehow gotten connected to my guest network, not my main network where the Apple TV reisides. Now that everything is on the same net, the problem is fxed.

  • lnail Level 1 Level 1

    For those still having issues... try this.

     

    Re: How to fix Home Sharing with new iOS 7 upgrade

  • Zan5hin Level 1 Level 1

    disabling IPV6 did the trick for me! Thanks for this thread, only information on the whole internet that works!

     

    Running Windows 8 x64 and itunes 11.3 plus an iPad Air running 7.0.3

  • calsdad Level 1 Level 1

    Thanks for posting your solution to this problem, which worked a treat for me. Issue occurred after updating to Maverick and updating Apple TV2 etc. Spent some time trying various 'fixes' to get my Apple TV2 to recognise the iTunes Library in my iMac 21.5" (late 2009) all to no avail. Again many thanks.

  • duckndilly Level 1 Level 1
    expertise.macosx
    Mac OS X

    I've had the same problem with home sharing after updating to the very latest version of iTunes (11.1.???).

     

    It's a workaround but no less a pain.

     

    I uncheck ipv6 from the PC's LAN adaptor and save the setting, open iTunes, check that's sharing is working, then check ipv6 again and save.

     

    Sharing works while iTunes remains open for this session. If you close and re-open, it won't work again until the procedure is repeated.

    Apple really does need to address this.

     

    Pete

  • Gregger99 Level 1 Level 1

    I have this problem every time I update iTunes on my Windows 7 laptop.

     

    I go to:

     

    1: Start menu

    2: Control Panel

    3: Programs and Features

    4: I locate "Bonjour"

    5: SINGLE click "Bonjour"

    6: Click "Repair" on the Control Bar

    7: Reset my PC

    8: Reset my Apple TV

     

    This has worked on every iTunes update I receive. I just did it again for the latest iTunes 11.1.3.8. Problem solved.

  • TheUnfetteredMind Level 1 Level 1

    Thanks to all those who gave or passed on the solution of turning off IPv6, this has worked to resolve most of the annoying issues with Home Sharing that I've been fighting for quite some time now!!!

     

    Here are the steps I would recommend to get it all working:

     

    On any OS X device running the above versions of OS X that will either be using Home Sharing (either as server or client):

    1) Sign out of Home Sharing in iTunes

    2) Quit iTunes

    3) Open Terminal

         a) networksetup -listallnetworkservices     (this will provide you a list of all your available network connections)

         b) networksetup -setv6off <network service>    where <network service> is one of Ethernet, Wi-Fi, Thunderbolt\ Ethernet, I ran it for any that I *might* use (eg: both Ethernet and Wi-Fi)

    4) Open iTunes

    5) Turn Home Sharing back on in iTunes

     

    In earlier versions of OS X, one could select Off for IPv6 directly in the Network Control Panel so just replace step 3 above for Lion/Mountain Lion/Mavericks with this step in the above procedure.

     

    On your iOS 7 devices:

    1) Log out of Home Sharing in Settings:Music or Settings:Videos

    2) Reboot your device

    3) Log back in to Home Sharing in Settings:Music or Settings:Videos

     

    I still haven't resolved the issue on the Apple TV 3 that requires I reboot it every time I want to use Home Sharing after I wake it up. If I find the fix for that, I'll post it here.

  • TheUnfetteredMind Level 1 Level 1

    Well, it worked for awhile, now it's back to the same sort of issues. Very frustrating ...

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