|Jul 31, 2008, 10:09 AM||#1|
aTV and a switch
I have 2 aTVs with a Mac Mini and Drobo. 2 aTVs use 802.11N to connect to the server, one uses ethernet because it is farther away. The one on ethernet is connected to a switch that also has a printer attached. Most of the time it works fine, but seems to loose connection occasionally and I get the "can't recognize data" error.
Last night it stopped in the middle of a movie and had to be started over.
Does anyone else use a switch or had this issue.
Planning on living forever.. So far so good!
Macbook Pro iPad MacMini as a server; Drobo 3TB 3 aTVs
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