Actually, the daw in the settings of the iOS device is located on the same wi-fi network of this router, but the iPhone does not appear in iTunes in any way.When trying to synchronize from the iPhone Wi-Fi Sync menu, it writes Looking for Macbook ...and all.Surprisingly, Remote works just fine.WMM and IGMP Proxy are enabled on the router.

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Fuck, thank you all, the problem was not in the router) For some reason, Mavericks didn’t start the MobileDeviceHelper service in OS X 10.9, so he didn’t see the iPhone.He removed * .kext for the helper, reinstalled iTunes, rebooted a couple of times and after what the iPhone has appeared on the list!

Through the cable, first plug and put a daw

  • "daw in the settings of iOS device" – Sleazy Harvest Nov 15 '13 at 11:43
  • The router then most likely has nothing to do with it ..maybe the phone itself or the aytyuns.update both can help. – Famous Falcon Nov 15 '13 at 11:51
  • all latest :( 7.0.4 – Sleazy Harvest Nov 15 '13 at 14:12
  • And why do you think the router has nothing to do with it? Although this doubt also crept in, it will be necessary to try with another router. – Sleazy Harvest Nov 15 '13 at 14:13
  • most likely the phone is showing off ..earlier, often imessage dies until clean firmware is rolled up ..something else .. try to install clean firmware without recovery, if something then dump from icloud – Famous Falcon Nov 15 '13 at 18:22

look in the port forwarding settings or the firewall turned on, the problem is probably in the zuhele and look at the QOS settings.try disabling igmp and check if the sync works or not,

  • It doesn’t work without IGMP, I didn’t find QoS in the settings) there are no rules in NAT, everything is unlimited everywhere. – Sleazy Harvest Nov 15 '13 at 11:46