I recently switched over to Rogers. I used to be on bell. So since switching I have major issues with using media streaming from my windows 10 laptop to my PS4. I have cleared off all of the old internet connections, but not have made any other changes to my laptop or PS4. I will be streaming fine and watching something off my laptop on the PS4, when all of a sudden it disconnects. I a still connected to the internet on my PS4 and other devices. The only thing effected is my media streaming. This happens roughly after 20 minutes of watching something. The only fix for this is to unplug the modem/router and plug it back in. Then turning off the PS4 and starting it again. I never had this issue with bell. Sure occasionally I'd have issues but maybe once a month and its was just time to reboot things. If anyone has a solution to this please help.
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My suggestion would be to only use a device for that which it is designed specifically for. In this case, two wired devices on the same network need to talk to each other - that would be an ethernet switch. Some can be had for less than $30;
Others may recommend you run your own all-in-one Router/Firewall/DHCP server/Wireless Access Point/Ethernet Switch, and put the internet modem in bridge mode.
It's like buying tools - you can buy a tool that does a bunch of things well, or you can buy a specific tool for a specific job that it is designed for. Or, like Steam Whistle: "Do one thing really, really well"
All my devices are hooked up to the modem wirelesly. I am using the Hitron CGN3AMR. I know it has nothing to do with single strength as I can tell. I use it to stream netflix on my ps4 with no issues, and use my laptop not wired with no issues. The issues is between things communicating to each other. It is when I am trying to use the device to stream content from my laptop via media player on the PS4 that I have issues. Also it has a hard time with my wireless printer. When the printer is on and I can see the wifi single is strong, I don't have connection between my computer and the printer, but each device is connected to the modem. Most of it is for sure not single as the devices are within a few feet of eachother and the modem.
@TheDoctor80 If you are on an Ignite 100u, 250u, or Gigabit plan you can swap to the new CODA 4582 Modem. I would try swapping to the new modem and see if that helps. Some people have had issues with the modem, but with the latest network wide release firmware (.24) it is very stable.
Actually it wouldn't have fixed the issue we tried login into my modem, but found no matter what we tried I could not. That was after the technician had reset the password several times for me to try. It wouldn't surprise me though, when the installers were here they went through several next boxes before they got two to work. Seems they had bad equipment. They weren't too bright either. They hooked our phone modem up to a plug in a lightbulb that when you turn off cuts the power, so unknown to us we were without a phone for a few days.