Hello all BLUF/TLDR: Do I need to replace the BT Smarthub 6 to use Plex? I've just started putting together a Plex based DVR and home streaming infrastructure: Win10 3rd gen i5 Plex Media Server, HDHomeRun tuner and Android/Roku clients connected wither by Cat5e or wifi. However I'm running into issues with the direct connection from client to server not being available on all devices. Running Plex Media Player on my laptop I can get an indication of "Nearby", indicating a direct connection to the server, but the Android TV client informs me that it has failed to establish a direct connection. From my understanding, which is limited at this point, this means that the server will send the file over the internet, rather than the home network. This has obvious implications for speed and quality of playback. I've tried reading around the subject, and it seems that the issue may be that the DNS and DHCP elements of my current router, the BT SmartHub 6, doesn't support the necessary features (something called DNS rebinding?) to allow the optimal connection between client and server. So, my question is, can I resolve this with my existing hardware, or do I need to replace the router? I have an ASUS 4G-N12 that I could sub in on router duties if that would be an easy fix, but that only has the 2.4 band wifi, so would probably keep the BT hub on as a wireless AP (i've converted HH3 to do this before, I'm assuming I can do this with the 6 too). I'm probably going to cross-post this on the Plex forum too, but thought the users here might have more experience with the BT SmartHub 6. Thanks in advance for any suggestions. EDIT: I have a BT FTTP Modem, so the router is not providing the modem capability.