- I have Cox digital and a Roku. I have managed to get some of the Discovery and History channels to stream on my Roku..Not live tv.. Yet other channels will not stream. Such as Boomerang cartoon channel, CBS live, ABC live, etc., that I pay for, through Cox. How do I get these channels to link to my Roku through my Cox account without having to pay additional fees for the channel? Is there a way to stream ALL Cox channels on the Roku? Is there a Cox Contour app for Roku? Thanks in advance for any, useful, help.
- This issue began around 9 PM July 28, US Mountain Time: YouTube TV and YouTube are no longer streaming over Cox Gigablast on an AppleiOS device - this includes iPhone, AppleTV, and iPad. YouTube and Youtube TV work fine over the same connection on a HP Microsoft laptop. Apple TV is connected via ethernet cable and I have confirmed download speeds over 900mbps. All other steaming apps work fine, including Netflix, HBOMax, and Apple TV. Only YouTube TV and YouTube do not stream. The iPhones and iPads are connected over Wi-Fi and neither app works. However, when we force those devices to use cellular only (Verizon), YouTube and YouTube TV stream correctly. We have reset the modem, deleted and reinstalled the YouTube TV apps, and reset the Apple TV. Nothing has worked yet. Any suggestions? Did Apple and Cox get into a fight last night?
I believe there are settings in my Cox router/account that are blocking the embedded video from displaying inside my LAN.I stream video from IP cameras inside my LAN (Cox Panorama router) to a website hosted outside my network. Although everyone accessing my website (http://okiebirdcam.com) from their browsers can see my web page AND the video, I, inside my LAN browsing to the page can only view the HTML page, NOT the embedded video. I’ve tried using Chrome, Edge and Firefox and the problem remains consistent.
- I am looking to buy my own modem and router combo for the Gig speeds for Cox due to the issues I am having streaming on twitch. For some reason I am not getting the speeds when streaming, but getting the speeds doing everything else. I did a little research and found there is a certain software the panaromic modems use that interfere with the connection with Twitch. I am looking to purchase theCM600 is a DOCSIS 3.0from Netgear and was just wondering if anyone has purchased this one. Also, is it compatible with Cox here in Oklahoma. If anyone has any information, please let me know. 980 mbps down 50 mbps up is what I am getting right now and I cannot stream with Twitch. -Sean
- So recently I have been trying to stream on Twitch.tv, and even thoughwe paying for the Ultimate Internet package, which includes 30mbps upload, I am only able to stream at 3500 bitrateand this still doesn't guarantee a good quality stream without dropped frames. I would also like to mention that even though we are paying for this service, I am getting an average of about 20-24mbps upload, with it very rarely reaching 30mbps. I called about this a week ago I had two techs come out so far. One came out Monday the 17th and another came out today at around noon. The first tech said everything should be fixed by Friday, but I have performed multiple speed tests since then and I have yet to see speeds remotely close to 30mbps aside from a couple trials. (see attached image) He also put in a ticket for someone from Cox's maintenance team to come and see if there were any issues on the line outside my house, and from what I have been told, everything has been resolved yet I am still experiencing less than expected upload speeds. I also have performed multiple Twitch Bandwidth tests toverify that there is an issue with my upload speed, and sure enough I get mediocre bandwidth results along with very low quality connections to servers that are close to me. (see attached image) Not sure what to do at this point because it seems like getting a tech out here for the third time would be nothing but a nuisance to them, since all they do is come here and tell me they can't do anything about it and that they will forward the issue. Hopefully someone on here can provide me with some help. Thanks
- I have been streaming to Twitch for the last several years with ZERO issues. Over the past two days i am not able to maintain a connection to Twitch servers at all. I have run multiple speed tests and spoken with multiple technicians who seem to have no idea on how to help me. I have tried resetting/restarting both my modem and my router about 347 times now and its doing absolutely nothing for my connection. Has anyone been able to come up with a REAL answer to this?
- Im an affliated twitch streamer and its really hard for me to do my hobby/job, because of cox throttling my speeds. Already replaced the coaxial cable making sure there are no bends or damage. My upload speed is supposed to be 10mbps, but its very incosistent. The same problems keeps happening for the past 5 months. I drop frames streaming and the stream is never smooth, just as i was growing. I've already had a Tech out and they resolved the problem for 1 day. Not looking to have another tech out. A lot of other streamers have had problems with cox streaming on twitch. The only conclusion i have is Cox throttling my upload speed.