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Question: Apple TV maximum quantity in 1 network.

Hi Experts,


We had purchased 24 Apple TVs and setup in 1 network.

Recently, we found that one of the Apple TV is not in the list of Airplay of iPad Air 2.

We had done several methods include reset, re-configure and factory reset in iTunes but still in vain.

However, if I configure this Apple TV and the iPad Air 2 to another network, I can found it from the Airplay list and no problem on Airplay.

If I set back this Apple TV and iPad to the original network, I can't find it from Airplay list.


Are we had reached the maximum quantity of Apple TVs in 1 network?


If not, how to solve it?


Thanks,

Kenny.

Apple TV, iOS 11.1

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Thanks all,

I had found out the issue, just turn off the "Airplay Display Underscan" will get back the Apple TV in the Airplay list.

Thanks all.

Kenny.

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Nov 13, 2017 4:56 PM in response to Diana.McCall In response to Diana.McCall

Hi Diana,

Thanks for your help.

However, our network settings had disabled the function of seeing each other. So the Fing App can only found the iPad and the router.

Is there any other recommendation?

How to check the bonjour service in the Apple TV?

Thanks.

Kenny.

Nov 13, 2017 4:56 PM

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Nov 13, 2017 7:28 PM in response to TLM-IT In response to TLM-IT

Thanks all,

I had found out the issue, just turn off the "Airplay Display Underscan" will get back the Apple TV in the Airplay list.

Thanks all.

Kenny.

Nov 13, 2017 7:28 PM

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Question: Apple TV maximum quantity in 1 network.