on 15-07-2011 14:46
Hi, Both my daughter (on her laptop) & mysel (on my computer) have suddenly been unable to get Youtube videos to load & play. They continuously buffer. I've been told by an IT consultant friend that this is most likely caused by a problem with my internet broadband provider, Virgin Media. Has anyone else encountered this problem & if so what's the solution please?
on 15-07-2011 23:41
(Taken From Mark_Wilkin Post)
Inside the modem are various web pages that contain useful information about your connection. When reporting a connection fault it may be useful to include some of the information found within these pages. To view them open up your web browser and type http://192.168.100.1 into the address bar and press Enter.
The main information the Support team are interested in are the Downstream Power Level/Levels, Upstream Power Level and Downstream SNR (called RxMER on some modems). Depending on the model of modem you have this information will either be located in the ‘Signal’ page or the ‘Downstream’ and ‘Upstream’ pages.
Please note some modems will require you to log in before you can view these pages. The login details for both the username and password is root.
If using Netgear VMDG280
Visit http://192.168.0.1 enter password when prompted (This can be found on a sticker on your VMDG280) Click on the Connection and paste the information there.
If using Netgear VMDG480
Visit http://192.168.0.1 username admin password changeme if you then click on advanced settings, and choose connection and copy and paste all details
19-07-2011 15:06 - edited 19-07-2011 15:08
I am currently unable to view your modem on our network, this may be related to the issues you are reporting or you may have it turned off. In order for us to investigate this further could you please leave your modem on for the next few days and please post the local signal levels from within the hub's configuration pages as suggested by paultechy.
on 27-10-2011 20:05
on 27-10-2011 20:09
on 28-10-2011 18:12
I have sent you a Private Message. We'll be happy to progress things for you once we have received your reply.