I recently installed 3 x60s in the house.
I have around 40 devices in my network environment of various types including computers, smart plugs, phones, pool equipment, xbox, ps4, etc. My internet connection is 200mb down.
In this mess are 3 Apple TVs. Frequently one of the Apple TVs will simply stop playing. Doesn't matter if it's Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, whatever. It will just stop and refuse to play a video. It will still browse titles, switch apps, etc. But it won't play a movie.
If I shut down one of the other Apple TVs then the one that stopped working will start working. Note that it isn't always the same device that stops playing content. It seems to be kind of random.
I know it's not a bandwidth issue because I can see that the total sum of network activity doesn't even come close to taking the available bandwidth.
I went ahead and hard wired one of the Apple TVs into a Deco and it will still experience the problem. So it's not tied to the wireless antenna.
Does the x60 have a streaming device limit? I replaced an Asus router with these only because the aging ASUS couldn't really cover the entire house. However that 5 year old router never had a problem handling the load.
Fast Roaming was defaulted to off. I have tried turning it on to see if that made a difference.
Beam Forming was turned off and the operating mode is Router.
IPTV/VLAN, MAC Clone, TP-Link DDNS, and IPv6 are also disabled.
I don't know what SIP ALG really does but that is turned on.
I set QoS to custom and set the 3 apple tvs to high priority. Although I don't think this did anything at all. The antivirus stuff is all turned off.
Any ideas here?