Hi, I tried to watch a 4k movie on my 4k+ yesterday (which I did quite often in the past). 5 minutes into the movie, playback started to stop as if the network was too slow. Then it rebuffered and resumed playback for another minute or two, then it hung again.
I have a GBit LAN and, as I said, playback worked perfectly before.
today I did an iperf3 test and found out that I only have a connection to to 4k+ of about 25mbit/s (it used to be more than 900mbit/s). do you have any idea what might have happened?
I even tested the lan cabling, it showed no error.
I tried to upload the logs but received the rather cryptic message:
"URL: https:/paste.osmc.tv/ "
Can you"find" my logs? it should have come from the ip 80.120.1xx.xx and was uploaded at about 23.48 my time (probably 22.48 your time).
How exactly did you do this? Low cost cable testers only really serve to verify that the pinout is correct. Generally to get a good cable test without an expensive tester would require using a couple devices that are known to be working at full speed and then run an extended test on the suspected cable using those.
The log shows that your Vero4k+ had an uptime of only 35 seconds, which indicates that you didn’t play anything. What I can say is that the ethernet interface has negotiated 1 Gbits/sec full duplex with the router/switch, so that part looks fine.
Just speculating, but the reason that the Kodi logs were too large to upload might have been because they contained many I/O-related error messages. You need to play something and then upload logs once a problem occurs. If the file is too large, it might still be possible to upload just the current Kodi log.