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I too have seen in the past couple of months or so my remote SOLO not getting anywhere near the 2400-3200 range that it used to get remotely.
Internally connecting at home it still gets 4000-4400. This is using direcTV HD channels on component. I think I may have a dud of some sorts which would be a 1st for me. (1 tuner, 2AVs, 3solos and 1 Pro-HD).
I have reset the slingbox, I have placed it's IP into DMZ, turned off UPNP (plug&play) ANDI have changed ports from 443 to 5(xxx); ALL to no avail.
I have tested to and from this location and I have narrowed it down to this particular Sling Solo box. It still gets only between 500-800 which is
unsatisfactory. My last step to try is another SOLO in this location.
Any help would also be apprecitated.