Advertisements Tivo Stream and Transfer Issues: Equipment: Five Tivo Devices, Four Mobile Devices, 1 Gigabyte Router, all hardwired via Cat 5 Ethernet In House cabling. I installed a new Netgear R6250 1 Gigabyte router and my Tivo’s started having problems. One Tivo only in my Office (within 3’ from Router) • Streams are very slow: Can not play, keeps giving error messages. • Transfers are very slow: Runs at .98mbs takes over 53 minutes to stream a 30 minute show, verses 80.7mbs, which took 4.37 minutes for the same HD Best Quality show on Bedroom to Living Room transfer. Two Tivos, Living Room Roamio Pro & Bedroom XL4: • Multi-Room Streams and Transfers are fine. • iPad Streams and Transfer very slow or does not work. Tivo Desktop, on Windows 7 and/or 8: •Tivo Roamio to Desktop very slow then stops transferring. I tried everything (see list below) but nothing worked until as a last resort I reinstalled the old Router (Belkin FSD7234A) 10/100, 2.4Mh. Wala …. everything works again. I have checked all the router settings and cannot find any settings which seem to be causing the problems. I have connected the Office XL4 Tivo with Cat 6 directly to the new 1G router, still does not work. Questions: Why does the new 1GB router cause the slowness on one Tivo but not the others? What is stopping iPad streaming and the Tivo Desktops from working? Anyone have any suggestions? Steps Tried to Solve (with 1GB Router Installed): 1. ReStart/Reset Tivo 2. Power down Start Up. 3. Power cycle Router, Hubs, Switches, and all Tivos, at same time. 4. Installed all new Ethernet cables between Router and Office Tivo. 5. Checked other Transfer and Stream timing on other Tivo’s and computers. 6. Ran Speedtest.net. Results = 66.12Mbps download, 4.34Mbps upload. 7. Ran Tutosoft.com to test LAN Speed. Results = 428.9Mbps Write, 608.2Mbps Read. 8. Changed Network IP Address, changed Static to Dynamic 9. Checked Router firewall settings. 10. Checked Router for the proper ports being open. 11. Connected Office Tivo directly to Router with new Ethernet cable. 12. Verify Media Access Key. 13. Called Tivo Support, but they could not help me. 14. Reinstall Original Router. Added Edit: Jan 25, 2015 15. The Router firmware was verified to be up to date. 16. I have tried all four ports on the router. 17. All five Tivo devices are on fixed IP addresses and I changed the Office Tivo to a different fixed IP address and then to the DHCP address pool and back to the fixed address. 18. Compared the third octet of the IP address of all my Tivo Devices and Mobile Devices and all my computers they are all the same.