Well after previously posting about an issue with an extender I have a whole new set of problems...
Previously my only issue was dealing with shutter or no signal on an extender. Now a much bigger problem.
Any data transfered over the wireless network causes shutter or signal degridation on my HTPC. This effects the tuner for both Live TV or Recordings.
I need some help here guys. I'm really conflicted. How in the world am I supposed to incorporate wireless data connectivity if a simple google search is causing lag on the wired connections? Moreover why do upload speeds effect the tuner?
I'm reposting the set up. Any help is appreciated as always.
Internet Modem ==> Router (D-Link DIR-827 HD Media N600) ==> LAN = Media PC & Media Sever via Ethernet Cable
==> Wireless 5 Ghz = Xbox 360 Media Extender
==> Wireless 2.4Ghz = Internet Data Access (Laptop/Tablet/Phones)
Had a power surge last night during bad weather resulting in my having to reboot my entire system. Prompted the Ceton card for a reinstall after updating the firmware. A quick call to the cable company to get the CCV signal sent for card validation and while speaking with the rep mentioned my concern over upload bandwidth.
Turns out something with the cable company had identified the card through either a mac Id or ip address such that it read the card as a two way device and was chewing through my upload band. I restarted and everything works perfectly.
I'm not sure what the cable company could have indicated, as the InfiniTV does not have the hardware to transmit, so it's physically impossible it was consuming your upstream bandwidth, but I'm glad to hear it's sorted out.
Quality Assurance Manager, Ceton Corporation.
MCTS:Connected Home Integrator, MCSE+Security, MCITP:EA, MCTS:Windows Internals, and about 25 other ones
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