I have two Vero 4K+'s on the same LAN network.
One works flawlessly.
But the other starts complaining that the source is too slow for playback a few minutes into any 4K content.
They are both streaming off of the same server and have essentially identical settings (just different host names).
After trying the WiFi interface, swapping cables, swapping switches, moving the Vero around the house, etc. I am stumped.
If I let it sit for a while and run iperf3 against the content server it will show 800 Mbits/sec across several runs on both wired and wireless interfaces.
If I then try to play a 4K movie, it’s fine for a few minutes and then freezes and complains that the source is too slow. If I check iperf3 it will have dropped to 200 Mbits/sec. After rebooting, it is now down to 30 Mbits/sec.
The only correlation I can think of is CPU temperature. Sitting here watching the System Info, the throughput was <30 Mbits/sec when the CPU was 68 °C. Now it’s doing about 45 Mbits/sec at 63 °C. It was 59-60 °C when it was giving 200 Mbits/sec right after playback went pear shaped. But even that does not seem to be very reproducible… it cooled to 62 °C while I was writing this post and is still giving 43 Mbits/sec.
In all instances the wired and wireless follow the same trend and even give almost identical speeds.