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WWW Client Issues / Discussion 8/25/2008

Discussion in 'DIRECTV NFLSupercast Discussion (private)' started by Doug Brott, Aug 25, 2008.

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  1. Doug Brott

    Doug Brott Lifetime Achiever DBSTalk Club

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    Details about the WWW Version
    -) Download WWW client here
    -) Will NOT have highlights
    -) Will NOT have the full screen feature
     
  2. jefbal99

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    Red Zone Channel & first four game channels have Tennis from USA, looks like the US Open special feeds

    Looks great

    WWW Client
    XP SP2/Firefox 3.0.1
    Intel Core2 Duo 2.2 Ghz, 1GB RAM
    Gigabit to shared OC3

    WWW Client
    XP SP2/IE 6.0.2900.2180
    Intel P4 2.6 Ghz, 1.5GB RAM
    Gigabit to shared OC3
     
  3. machavez00

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    Phoenix,...
    looks good
     
  4. 69hokie

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    All channels look good. Had a bit of buffering interuptions with the one channel that had the D* active on it, but it settled out after a bit. Video quality set on low bandwidth.
     
  5. Groundhog45

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    Watching boat racing on the Bears vs Eagles channel.
     
  6. sore_bluto

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    * WWW Client
    * Computer OS - Vista HP32 w/Intel Core 2 Quad 2.4Ghz, 3.0GB RAM on HPm8167c
    * ISP - Cox
    * ISP Speeds ~6MB/~1MB

    WWW working well on all channels on both IE7 and Firefox 3.0.1 except STL SEA. There was a feed on STL SEA but it is gone. Clicking on that feed in IE7 causes it to crash. The only remedy being to close IE7 and reopen. Refresh does not restore IE7 to proper operation. The AIR client won't login now. I will leave both WWW clients streaming on the RZC for some time just to see what happens.
     
  7. mikhu

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    Been running WWW most of the morning, hasn't hiccuped once that I can tell. Thanks to Richard for the boat racing update, at least I can watch something besides tennis.
     
  8. sore_bluto

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    Lost audio on the RZC at the same time on both browsers. Clicked away and back in an attempt to restore the audio and now completely have lost the RZC. Clicked to ATL NO feed on both browsers. Firefox is fine. IE7 crashed and had to close, then re-open. Still no RZC. Checked firefox again and RZC is back. Checked IE7 again and it crashed. RZC is farked today. I am going to leave it on ATL NO for awhile.

    Channels are much more in sync today.
     
  9. rrrick8

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    Let's not forget to post the requested configuration info. :whatdidid
     
  10. LameLefty

    LameLefty I used to be a rocket scientist

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    * WWW Client
    * Computer: MacBook Pro 2.16/3 gb RAM
    * OS: OS X 10.5.4
    * Browser: Firefox 3.0.1
    * ISP: AT&T business DSL 6.0 mbps

    WWW client started streaming just fine for now (tennis on the RZC) but similar to my experience last week, timed out after about 4 - 5 minutes. I believe this is an ISP/network problem at my office, not a Directv issue, as these problems do not occur with the same clients at home (different ISP).
     
  11. gpg

    gpg Well-Known Member

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    WWW is running fine.
     
  12. Canis Lupus

    Canis Lupus You make it, We break it

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    * WWW Client
    * Computer OS - iMac 20" - 2.4Ghz 4 Gb RAM / Os10.5.4
    * ISP - Qwest DSL
    * ISP Speeds 1.5 down 896 up

    This is my first test using the hardware indicated above. WWW performance is far better video-wise (especially smoothness) than my Powerbook G4 1.67 w/1.5 Gb RAM, although I'm thinking it's not so much processing power or RAM as it is Video Card performance.
     
  13. DCSholtis

    DCSholtis Up The Irons!

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    Computer/OS MacBook Pro 2.33 GHz 2 GB of RAM/OS 10.5.4
    ISP ATT with speeds of 3MB down 786 up
    Browsers: Firefox, Camino and Safari

    All looking great here, sharp video and sound no breakups.
     
  14. sore_bluto

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    While I was away, the ATL NO froze on both Firefox and IE7. Once again, with Firefox, I could just click a different feed to fix the problem. With IE7 I had to close the app and re-open it to restore function. I'm back on the RZC for both.
     
  15. carl6

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    At noon, neither air client or www client had anything on. Closed both applications.

    Carl
     
  16. WERA689

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    I have 2 instances of WWW open and running beautifully, while the Air client won't start. WWW looks fantastic, though. I have 2 different tennis matches going, and they're flawless.
     
  17. loudo

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    * WWW Client
    * Computer: Dell Deminsion E520
    * OS: Vista Home Premium
    * Browser: Internet Explorer 7.0
    * ISP: TWC 8.0 mbps


    Been running WWW for about 4 hours and it is still working great. No problems at all.
     
  18. VegasDen

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    APP: WWW Client
    CARRIER: Cox.net 12MB down/ 2.5MB up
    PC: Intel E6850 3ghz, 4GB RAM, ATI 4870 Video, Wired Gigabit
    OS: Windows Vista 32 SP1
    BROWSER: Firefox 3.0.1

    Looks fine. Some minor blocking.
     
  19. sore_bluto

    sore_bluto Godfather

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    * WWW Client
    * Computer OS - Vista HP32 w/Intel Core 2 Quad 2.4Ghz, 3.0GB RAM on HPm8167c
    * ISP - Cox
    * ISP Speeds ~6MB/~1MB

    All the feeds seem to be going sideways now. I had left Firefox and IE7 on for a over and hour with no problems, then they both froze. Clicking around the different feeds and I'm getting nothing. I think everything just crashed.
     
  20. say-what

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    None of the WWW feeds load, just get the spinner on all channels.
     
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