That's what I wondered, but it seems strange that an enterprise router such as the MX would be 'overloaded' with just one device connected to it, that simply pushes a 7mbps RTMP stream to YouTube Live. I'm stumped! Feels more like a bug or setting causing it to sporadically fail.
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Hi all, I'm writing this post somewhat in a last resort as the below issue has been ongoing for a year now. Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated: We have a live streaming studio facility in London UK in which we have a 100mb/s dedicated BTNet line into the properly. As part of that service, BT provided a Cisco Meraki MX65W. The issue that we've been having is that we will get random dropouts, especially when we are live streaming. There seems to be no pattern or regularity to these dropouts at all, sometimes we don't have a dropout in 1 or 2 weeks, other times we'll have two in one day.. the only thing we've noticed is that they seem to occur more frequently when we are actually pushing out live stream (so could high bandwidth be causing this)? To describe what I mean by 'dropout': It's almost as if the Maraki is going through a power cycle. We'll be streaming and have a perfect connection, then suddenly the connection will go, the Meraki's status light will go through the similar phase of rainbow colours for about 1 minute, before returning to white and the connection coming back as normal. I'm confident it isn't anything to do with our LAN devices, as I've even tried removing all connected devices, and tested one or two individually at a time, and have see the issue occur no matter what device is plugged into the LAN. It's worth noting that BT did send out a replacement MX65W around 6 months ago, but the issue has been exactly the same. BT are being absolutely 0 help what so ever with trying to solve this... So I'm hoping someone on this forum might be able to shed some light or offer some things to try? Thanks for you help, Alex
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