This is because your network breaks between our servers and your device, which means that frames do not really hang with. To fix this, you need to optimize the settings in your router. Some broadband providers may have greater problems with these and cannot always be fixed
Some can experience lag, freezes and other things when they use IPTV, regardless of the supplier. Or that it does not work and stands and buffers / connects. This is usually due to a misplaced router, a router that cannot properly distribute the packets and fragmentation of the packets. This also applies to you who cannot connect to the channel and it just stands and spins or connects.
To get the best experience possible, you need to do the following:
There are no instructions, as there are hundreds of different routers on the market and everyone has different. But the settings and the concept are the same for all brands, it is just to find the setting in the router.
The following instructions apply
- Turn off NAT in the router (Do this last, only if nothing else works)
- Turn off firewall in the router
- Turn off Multicast in the router
- Optimize the MTU size in the router http://www.tp-link.com/us/FAQ-190.html (Optional, not very important)
- Sometimes switching off QoS in the router can also help. Unless QoS shutdown helped, do the exact opposite, turn it on and place the highest bandwidth priority on Video / Audio and not on browsing and file downloading.
Do not drive bridges then you will never get IPTV to work, you have to bypass the bridge.
If this does not work, try running the Ethernet cable directly to the broadband jack to make sure that it is not the router that is causing trouble.
Does none of the above solutions work? Then you should try to visit www.speedtest.net and choose a Server in Holland (NOTE! Must be Holland) to test your broadband connection. Many broadband network providers promises high speed but they do not mention that this applies only internally within your country.