have three roku’s, 70mbup, 5mb down, all three playing find on all those channels no problem IPS and GEO block enabled. Also bandwidth not big issue as do roku (netflix), VPN, VDI sessions from my moms house on a 10mb DSL up 1MB down.
May be way GEO block and/or IPS is setup maybe ?
what looks like in that log
DROP_NEWNOTSYN means received a packet that was not the start of the required 3 way handshake for the TCP connection, first packet not the SYN packet ?
I am running 3 Rokus, 2 Roku TVs, 1 Vizio smart TV and several computing devices accessing Netflix, Hulu, Youtube TV, Philo, Vudu and many other streaming services with no issue.
What Roku devices are you using? I had a Vizio smart TV where Hulu stopped working earlier this year, but I found that was because the app wasn’t updated for 3 years, and Vizio never released an updated version. I ended up getting a Roku Premier for the TV, which resolved that (and a couple of other) streaming issues I was having. I have a couple of older Roku 2s that I stopped using because they couldn’t adapt to the newer capabilities of some of the streaming services I was using as well.
Was burnt by this too.
You should read some of the horror stories about Samsung smart TV,s.
I would recommend a dedicated device.
Like Roku.etc.When it becomes outdated cheaper to replace than whole TV.
Hi, Trish. Did you get this worked out? I’m running a variety of Media streaming devices (including 3 Rokus) on my network behind IPFire.
If you haven’t figured out the issue, can I suggest checking whether or not you can stream Hulu, Amazon, and YouTube from a computer on your local network? That will allow us to identify whether it’s a network-wide issue, or simply an issue with the configuration of the way your Roku is handled.
Thanks for trying to help. Everything is on the same subnet and wireless,
Roku is wireless, PC’s wireless.
Other streaming devices: I have a smart TV
I don’t think there is an IP conflict, but I will checkout the WIO addon.
Yes I have the latest Firmware, I wonder if that;s the culprit, because meanwhile many people on that new firmware started to experience the same issues.
I guess it is just a freaky coincidence that when I started to use IPfire for Roku, a bunch of apps stopped streaming while others where working fine. Later people started reporting massive Youtube outages, and lately I discovered that the error I get from Hulu is just a generic error that tons and tons of people are getting.
The fact that there is nothing much in the logs was the confusing part.