Time and date
11:41:09, 07 Feb.
BR_LAN:The DHCP options that are offered by the device (id:4): DiscoverOptions: | DiscoverOption55: | RequestOptions: 53,55,57,61,50,51,12 | RequestOption55: 1,121,3,6,15,119,252 | HostName: iPad | VendorId:
11:41:09, 07 Feb.
:DHCP Confirmation of Request
11:41:06, 07 Feb.
wl0:A WiFi device <B4:F6:1C:50:D8:8B> has successfully connected to SSID (Device/WiFi/SSIDs/SSID[WL_PRIV5G])
11:40:02, 07 Feb.
:HTTP UserAdmin login from 192.168.1.67 successfully
11:37:23, 07 Feb.
:HTTP UserBasic login from 192.168.1.67 successfully
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The skipping of the tracks occured at about 11.45 and dont show
The reason I am reluctant to buy the router is I am not sure if it is just a problem with Tidal.
It happens at the same time every time on certain tracks. This indicated it is not packets of information dropoing out......but hey I havent got a clue really.
Tidal now just sweeping this under the carpet
It does seem like a Tidal issue, but you say it work on wireless without any problems, so it cannot be cause by them.
Yes it works on my portbale device. This is a wireless connection and I dont have any issues with the end of tracks.
On the odd iccasion it does drop out, but its rare.
If it is a Tidal issue the new router wont help. And it is only on ceratin albums. Others work fine
I have spent so much time trying to sort this issue.....it is so frustrating
I did the ping test.....no idea what it is but I did it
One last question before I take the plunge on the new router
Is this a better router than the smart hub?
I am wary i cause other issues if I go for a new router as I run my own buisiness from home and no connection means no work gets done
Its a much simpler router, and seems to give less problems from the home hub in some cases.
As for running a business from home, you are breaking the BT Residential T&C by doing that.