My network consist of a router (Asus AC-5300) then my Cisco SG300-10 and two basic switches connected to my SG300-10. I stream video from my Server using Plex and TIVO DVR streaming video to TIVO Mini. The problem I am having is that the video and audio of my devices are super choppy. The audio cuts off as well and comes back on on the TIVO Mini.
I had this same setup before without the SG300-10. I never had an issue with video and audio being choppy. I had a basic switch in its place and it did all the things without a problem.
What settings do I need to do or make on the SG300-10 switch so that my video and audio streaming works smooth as before?
My settings on the SG300-10 are default and only change is the Jumbo Frames because I use this on my network. My Asus router does all the work (DHCP, QoS, and other stuff). I just want my SG300-10 to do LAG for my server and work like a normal switch.
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