Originally Posted by neilc
I am seeing 'network too slow' on Mini connected to a Roamio Plus.
I have two Roamio's and four mini's. Each hosts two mini's.
I am using a MoCA only network with a Asus N66 Router. I have a managed switch but I pulled the MoCA connection off of the DLink Switch and it plugs into one of the four ports on the Asus router.
So Cable Modem -> Asus Router -> Actiontec MoCA -> Coax through house
.....Cable Modem -> Asus Router ----------------------> Dlink Switch -> Cat5 through house
If I am watching a show from the Tivo Roamio locally and try to stream another show to a Mini in a bedroom, I get a 'Network too Slow' error on the Mini.
If I pause the local show, the error does not show up on the Mini.
There is one recording going on the Roamio which I am watching and the Mini streaming and I get Network too Slow.
-Double-check that none of the Tivos mistakenly have an ethernet cable connected as this would cause ethernet chaos. Two bridges=a bad scene! "Dont cross the streams!"
-Under 'network' in settings, Type should read 'Moca' on all four units. If either of the Roamios say 'Ethernet+MoCa', they are trying to create a 2nd bridge between the networks.
-Pull up 'network status' on each of the devices. Look under the Moca sections at bad packets, speed etc.
-Are you using a POE filter? It helps to block out interfering signals, as well as shorten the length of cable your Moca signal has to be transmitted, increasing its quality.
-You might have issues with your splitters not being rated to a high enough frequency to pass the MoCa signal correctly/cleanly enough.
-Make sure all four Tivo boxes are running the same/latest software version. (20.3.8, though some Roamio users are reporting having just gotten 220.127.116.11)
-More obscure stuff such as: Coax amp in the system that is one-way or not passing high enough frequency. Old filters or attenuators or things on lines causing a problem. Open taps dirtying the signal. Old, less-shielded cables running too close to sources of interference.