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Folks, I recently switched from comcast where I never had this isssue.. I am unable to stream music with FIOS thru the MI424WR router. I know for a fact that it's router related as I am ok as soon as I take my laptop to my friend's house.
please try www.di.fm as an example. Select any of the Windows Media links.
Please advise how to resolve.
Yeah, they are working for me aswell (well at least the Goa-Psy Trance, Trance, and Breakbeat stations). Maybe try updating Windows media player. It doesnt make any sense that a new router would cause this!!!!!!!!!!!! Let me know what you find out.
(BTW, Winamp will provide you with the best quality if you arent able to get this fixed)
Completley off toptic..... but I was sooooo mad when my windows media player rights were taken away at work.... I miss DI.FM so much... I was a listnerfor years... no I am stuck with Pandora.com.... shich is cool, but does not have nearly the selection of electronica.... I was always stuck on the Gabber channel when it came out, but chillout and goa-psy trance channels were also great, depending on my mood
I've seen this problem before and it always ends up being either a bad Ethernet cable between the router and the FIOS connection or a port speed/duplex mismatch. Is your router's WAN port speed and duplex set to auto-negotiate? If it is, try changing the speed to 100 Mbps and the duplex to "Full". If it's already set to 100/Full, try it the other way, auto-negotiate.
The whole port speed/duplex negotiation business is a plague on networking. Sometimes it works, but sometimes it just kind of works, with one device thinking the settings are one way and the other thinking they are different from that, leaving you with poor performance. The problem is that you can't get into the FIOS ONT box to see what its settings are, so you have to play around with combinations on your router.
In your example, it would affect all traffic...not just wma traffic...
Although port speed/duplex mismatches do affect all traffic, it's not usually noticeable except on large file transfers or streaming data. Normal TCP/IP retransmissions mask the symptoms on typical Web browsing.