Netflix and Samsung Blu Ray player BD-H6500 and Netgear Nigh

Aug 16, 2017 2:18PM PDT

Netflix issues new Netgear Router and Samsung Blu-ray player.

Never had a problem with Netflix running Ethernet connected via Access Point with older Netgear WNDR3700 router to the Samsung BD-H6500 smart player. Recently changed routers to NightHawk R7800 X4S router.

Set up like old router as access point. Can watch a video entirely but sometimes each day if I try to Remove a Netflix title from my List, play another video, or anything else I will receive the notorious... "Try again later. Cannot access.. whatever" ,messages. If I exit Netflix and re-enter on Blu-ray player I am fine.

(Note no issue with Amazon firestick and Netflix using wireless from this same router)

Never had this issue before with Netgear WNDR3700 as access point to Blu Ray player. With Nighthawk series it started. Tried 2 different firmware's .28 and .32 ,same problem.
I have reset the router to defaults and tried again after setting up as access point. No difference.
----Might try wirelessly just to see if it is ethernet connection???

IP setting are obtained automatically by the Blu Ray Player via Netgear Access Point with the Smarthub of BD player showing the correct IP gateway and a DNS server of 209.........

Any ideas????


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Lost my long reply so
Aug 16, 2017 3:01PM PDT

Be sure router firmware are latest. Try the other DNS of and
Be sure the date and time is correct in routers and devices.

Over the last week I got a similar error on my Amazon Fire 4K box but it wasn't the box or my network. Netflix was why IMO. Rebooted and haven't seen this in a week.

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Netflix issues and Nighthawk router are new with Blu-ray sma
Aug 16, 2017 3:10PM PDT

Time is autoset on my Time Warner/Spectrum Router afaik.
The DNS (use both?) you mention is that something I should put in the Blu-ray player which I can OR
put in access point
put in gateway router connected to cable?

I did note that IP6 is off by default in Router.
I do not see a way to change MTU in Netgear router which someone mentioned. I am hardwired

Thank you

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Time to check time and date.
Aug 16, 2017 3:13PM PDT

Always check that as it can be problematic and you would kick yourself if you found a router, TV or something too far off.

DNS? My choice is in whatever device that does the DHCP server job. Yes you could change it in a device if you wish.

MTU? Haven't touched that in over a decade.

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