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Hulu plus works over wifi, broken over ethernet...

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by bripab007, Oct 1, 2012.

  1. bripab007

    bripab007 Network Guru Member

    I'm not sure how long this has been a problem, as I don't often watch Hulu plus, however, on my AppleTV, shows downright fail to start streaming when the device is connected to the E3000 router running Tomato v1.28.7500 MIPSR2Toastman-RT K26 USB VPN but they work perfectly fine when I connect to the router via wi-fi.

    I tried restoring the AppleTV's OS to factory settings, swapping cables, swapping ethernet ports, testing that my Xbox 360 works fine streaming Hulu via ethernet, tried connecting to a different router/accesspoint on the network, reset Tomato router to default settings, reset NVRAM, all to no avail. Oh, and it worked fine when I plugged the AppleTV directly into the cable modem, bypassing Tomato.

    Everything else on the AppleTV works perfectly fine, as best I can tell (e.g. Netflix, iTunes store streaming, local LAN streaming, YouTube, Vimeo, etc.).
     
  2. bripab007

    bripab007 Network Guru Member

  3. hawkmat

    hawkmat Networkin' Nut Member

    I have found Apple devices can be touchy if the Prevent DNS-rebind attacks is enabled.
    Go to Advanced Settings>DHCP/DNS and uncheck Prevent DNS-rebind attacks and then save.
     
  4. bripab007

    bripab007 Network Guru Member

    Interesting, I'll give it a shot and report back. Thanks.
     
  5. mpegmaster

    mpegmaster Addicted to LI Member

  6. bripab007

    bripab007 Network Guru Member

    Ha, that was kinda funny in the other thread, but posting the exact same thing here? Kinda stale, dude.
     
  7. bripab007

    bripab007 Network Guru Member

    No dice on this. I reported the bug to Apple's website. I'm sure they're aware of it at this point.
     
  8. Monk E. Boy

    Monk E. Boy Network Guru Member

    Haters gotta hate.
     

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