trekkeriii wrote:Try changing the wifi to channel 11. Other than that, something environmental has changed to cause interference, just got to track down what it is unfortunately. Doubt it's a firmware issue as I would think people would be reporting this a lot more. It's only coincidence.
RokuShawnS wrote:trekkeriii wrote:Try changing the wifi to channel 11. Other than that, something environmental has changed to cause interference, just got to track down what it is unfortunately. Doubt it's a firmware issue as I would think people would be reporting this a lot more. It's only coincidence.
This is most likely the case. Also, try rebooting your entire system, deleting the channels and then rebooting before re-adding, etc. The Roku Tips thread in this forum contains most of the trouble-shooting steps you need to get up and running again.
C. Shawn Smith
cooljoe wrote:How could it possibly be interference? The roku box sits about 3" from my router. And if that were the case, then why would the other 5 wifi devices in my house continue to work perfectly during this interference? My setup hasn't changed in 2 years, and the only delta that I can see is the most recent firmware update. I'm curious as to why the general consensus around here seems to be that it's my fault or my setup, even when I see other similar posts?
shellofsnail wrote:Try ensuring that the Network Mode is set to Wireless-G Only (on the 2.4GHz settings; I don't believe the Roku can see the 5GHz broadcast, if indeed your router is capable), by logging into your router and accessing the settings. I recently changed the setting from "Mixed" to "Wireless-G Only," and this -- at least thus far -- appears to have greatly increased stability of the signal to my Roku.
zzxx wrote:This is actually why I wired my home with Cat 6 Ethernet. I never have to worry about a porn loving next door neighbor or for the love of GOD, the dreaded microwave oven interference while I am streaming from Plex, Netflix or Amazon Prime. ***!!!GO WIRED IF YOU CAN!!!***. Wireless is not secure and from what I have seen on this forum, most if not all connectivity issues are attributed to a wireless connection.
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