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loupy
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extended aqaurium and 802.11g

Fri Sep 24, 2004 10:27 am

Has anyone had any luck getting the extended aqaurium to run well using a 802.11g bridge plugged into the ethernet port on the back of roku? 802.11b doesn't seem to be fast enough to keep up with the video. I was thinking about upgrading to a 802.11g bridge anyway. This might give me another reason to do so.
 
loupy
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Sun Oct 03, 2004 10:00 pm

mmm no response, is anyone streaming video to a roku using 802.11g? is 54 mbps fast enough?
 
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Mon Oct 04, 2004 10:55 am

I attempted all kinds of configurations with 54g to stream video to my roku... I was only able to get a decent stream with low bitrate HD stuff, which really isn't worth it, in my opinion. With decent quality HD streams, I just couldn't get acceptable playback, so I ended up running Cat 5e through my house to hard wire the roku into my network, and haven't had any problems since.

Mind you, there may have been some issue with my wireless network that I wasn't aware of that was dragging down the transfer rate, but I couldn't get it to work favorably no matter what I tried.

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