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100 Mbit/s limit?
06-19-2015, 02:34 AM
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100 Mbit/s limit?
I bought Openhour instead of another android box without GLan ethernet, I need to watch streaming HD with high speed, but it seems I can't make it work in Gigabit mode! I have tested my connection with speedtest for android and 80 Mbit/s is the maximum download speed, whereas I have whole 240 Mbit/s from the laptop using the same cat6 cable! Please assist, what can I do with that?
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06-19-2015, 01:59 PM
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RE: 100 Mbit/s limit?
What can you do with 80 Mbit/s... watch all the HD you want.
these speedtest rely on available processing power also... so comparing a mediaplayer with a laptop or PC is useless.

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06-19-2015, 03:44 PM
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RE: 100 Mbit/s limit?
You have not understood that gigabit and the others are simply link speeds and not data transfer speeds. That's why you may not get over 100Mb/s on a gigabte speed link. Personally I managed 16MB/s or 128Mb/s using my PC via Windows SMB to the units SD card.

If you are using USB again as the OHC has to further push the data over USB I/O and not SATA you are capped at very slow speeds. Poorest USB speeds in its class I'm afraid but enough to stream or share Bluray full rips.
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