I quoted the info for you...
I have looked at several posted solutions and configuration settings. I'm stumped.
I am currently using a CGD24G netgear wireless hi-speed cable router, a windows 7 PC (very fast gaming computer - i7 overclocked) with serviio installed, and a brand new Samsung UN40EH5300 TV.
I have tried this solution, and this solution, to no avail. Also done alot of trial and error with the settings. I am currently using the default config for profile "Samsung TV / player (C/D/E-series)."
What happens is with every other file, the video play is great - I can even fast forward and rewind to some extent. But with MKV the stream stutters and I get "loading..." every ten seconds or so. I just can't figure it out. Please halp! lol.
Update: I let a movie (Avatar.mkv) run for a little while through the stuttering. About 5 minutes in, the periods between "loading..." increase and It becomes somewhat watchable. But then about 20-30 minutes into it, I get disconnected with this message "device disconnected device:serviio." My router has "transmission speeds of up to 54Mbps." Are these problems because my router simply isn't fast enough?
The disconnects happen even if I am not watching an mkv file. Any ideas on all this?
I was wondering if I should get a new wireless modem (or if this is a more elusive issue). I think I need dual band to stream mkv files this large. Any suggestions?