@Amdfantoronto does the Chromecast Ultra ever run at a higher rate? I'm wondering if this is a network issue specifically with the Chromecast Ultra. Are you running IPV6 on the modem and have you tried disabling IPV6 to determine if that makes any difference?
@alloverthemapMG have a look at some of the following google search links:
From what I remember, there should be a post or two on this subject in the gaming thread. There is a post or a link somewhere that lays out an easy to follow procedure for setting up a proxy server on your pc to serve as the download server for the PS4. Apparently that speeds up the downloads by a considerable amount. I'm just wondering if the same could apply to youtube videos.
Is this issue with streaming videos, downloading videos or both?
I am getting to the point of ditching Rogers and going back to my old ISP.
Only reason I came to Rogers is because of a good deal they gave me for their Gigabit internet. Doesn't matter if I can't watch Youtube.
My download speeds are fine any time during the day/evening so I know its not speed. Like you mentioned they are perhaps throttling Youtube traffic from certain devices?
Ditto, i called support last week and apparently they never heard of anyone having issues with youtube. I asked if it was their cache servers and they said they don't have any for youtube, i was getting tired of rolling my eyes. Should i just keep calling everyday?
Very bad lag during the weekend....Sigh
Anyone found a range of IPs that can be blocked to make this work better?
How do we know it's Rogers? Is CDN owned by them?