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Posted by rseligman on 06-25-2004 12:17 AM:
quote: Eureka! Or, more appropriately, aww crap!
Originally posted by bedelman
Could one of them be close to a source of interference (2.4GHz phones, 2.4GHz video senders, other wireless networks, etc.)?
In either case, that was exactly it. The "slow-receiving-but-fast-sending" TiVo is in the same room as a 2.4GHz phone base. I guess it's being bombarded by the phone's continuous transmissions? I unplugged the phone and the transfer speed improved dramatically.
Is there anything I can do to reduce this interference? Like put the network on a different channel or something?
Unplugging the phone each time I want to use MRV will be a pain (have to reset the date/time after), but still much easier than switching the TiVos between the home network and p2p. At least until I can run some cat5.
One thing I don't get, though, is why the p2p network would be less affected by the phone interference. Unless perhaps the interference is still a factor, but the shorter distance (just between the TiVos, instead of going through the router) makes up for it. I'll have to try p2p with the phone unplugged and see if I get blazing speeds.
Thanks for your help, and please let me know if you know of a way to lessen the interference.
michang5, thanks for reporting your results. It gives me hope!
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