Sounds like it may be related to the wifi connection. As you are in the V6 forum.... You have 3 options 1) Connect the V6's (permanently) to the Hub by Cat6 cable (best) 2) Improve your wifi signal at the location of the V6's (get a wireless access point?) 3) Use a pair of powerline adapters to connect them (if your house circuitry is suitable)
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My services: HD TV on VIP (+ Sky Sports & Movies & BT sport), x3 V6 boxes (1 wired 2 WiFi,) SH2 in modem mode with Airport Extreme Router. On VIVID200, Talk Anytime Phone, x2 Mobile SIM only iPhones.
The On Demand services require an internet connection to function, the V6 doesn't have a built in modem to handle this so relies on your hub connection for this service.
In regards to option 2, when you mention 200mbps speeds showing, what method are you using to test this? Have you been able to run a WiFi speed test near to you V6 so you can see what kind of connection they're getting?
I'd also recommend using the Connect app to check your connection quality in each room of the house.
From what you also advised your V6 is underneath the TV, are you able to expand on how it is situated? As if it is in a fairly enclosed shelf this may also partially restrict the signal.
One of my V6 boxes is starting to go wrong - I've had it installed 3 weeks. Will book an engineer but wanted to just share on here.
It keeps freezing, takes ages to actually play anything on demand - and when I recorded a film which was not available on demand it said part recorded and then wouldn't play it- but I know there was no interruption to the box as I was watching something else at the same time.
It's sat right on top of the SH3 so wifi is not a problem - i've also used a short ethernet cable too and I still get the same. This is on things like sky cinema so coming down the line and not wifi related (as thats only for on demand content from third party services? - or so the engineer told me)
The other box which is in a room about 25M away has no issues at all.
@happywithmy350 Have you tried the "Connect to the Virgin Media TV service now?" option in the network settings? As selecting this manually should also display the status of your connection to our services.
As you've advised it appears to be an issue with live TV services have you been able to ensure the cabling for the box affected is all tightly connected?
Hi Tom ( sorry the alert thing didn't work for me)
The connections have not been touched since the install - the box says Mode Infrastructure and connected to 5GHz at 1300Mbps and service status connected - so it's clearly not a problem there. I do often get issues where the box won't turn off - it just stays on white and then I have to power cycle it - I then get something about updating software which lasts for over an hour - had that 3 times in the last week.
Or do this physically via buttons on the TV Box, hold the + and standby buttons together and then turn the box on, wait till you see the welcome screen.
As your additional information points to a potential box issue, I'd recommend doing this first to rule out a software issue, if you can, watch any recordings on the box as if it needs an engineer to replace then you would lose these recordings either way.