Phones by Shara Tibken Oct 25, For me I plan to have a few HD extenders around the home. Try to get a switch you can administrate so you can control QoS settings and such. System Requirements OS Required. Obviously, G and such would be out for HD streaming. Just wondering if anyone has any positive or negative experience with such an upgrade. Ok, we’ll put you in the ‘elusive’ category.
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The Western Digital Elements has rarely been this cheap. I think this points to a hardware deficiency in the HD that was made worse by network driver firmware ‘enhancements’ since Nvidia launches GeForce Now ‘recommended router’ program So you don’t have to muck givabit with the settings on your gaming router.
Originally Posted by stanger Cat 6 wire is way too twitchy to punch down and make your own cables and ports with due to insulation and twist requirements and such. Obviously, G and such would be out for HD streaming.
Gigabit ethernet card Hey, anyone upgrade their system to use a gigabit ethernet card? Find all posts by toddyus.
It was better with firmware, which is where some of us are ethernte until Sage figures it out. I find this whole conversation very interesting. Originally Posted by freedml HDs seem to have an elusive problem with Gigabit switches.
Sounds like there was something wrong with the cable that the switch was able to overcome. The blu-ray source files etherner exactly the same in each scenario. All times are GMT Cat 5e wiring is fine.
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Discussion threads sthernet be closed at any time at our 3fom. Or at least have a built-in network test no, not something you have to jump through hoops to run and then more hoops to interpret. Now my Blu-Ray playbacks where choppy, playing for a few seconds then freezing for a few seconds. Page 1 of 2. Seems to me that if works so much better with consumer gigabit switches and, we are Consumers, aren’t we?
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The time now is Hey, anyone upgrade their system to use a gigabit ethernet card? As a physicist once said “Practice always works in Theory, but Theory doesn’t always work in Practice”.
Originally Posted by toddyus. I don’t seem to have any GbE issues with my HD For me I plan to have a few HD extenders around the home. Most modern motherboards allow NIC teaming anyway for that sort of thing, but it sort of also needs to be werver at the switch level as well, so newer is better.
So many variables to test. Networking by Lori Grunin Oct 3, For a few years I’d been using a Netgear GS eight port gigabit etherneh. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. Find all posts by Tomahawk I have three HDs. Probably way more than you wanted to read. This can help as you can always locate the same device on your network.