Currently Being ModeratedFeb 15, 2013 2:54 PM (in response to JamesCV)
Yeah sorry for the quick reply. Essentially error -6722 means that something is blocking the connection between the apple tv and the airplay device. If this is happening between multiple devices including iOS devices then we have to look for a common variable. That common variable is the router. Have you tried opening ports on the router? If not call the router manufacturer and open up the ports in the following article:
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 15, 2013 3:18 PM (in response to dekker019)
Emailed manufacturer hope to gain a response in the next 48 hours, fingers crossed they can help.
Thanks for your reply Dekker019, I hope your right, will post an update when the manufacturer replies.
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 16, 2013 3:04 AM (in response to dekker019)
Ok, Manufaturer replied this morning showing me how to open all the ports on this article:
They are all now open.
So I tried to mirror and it worked twice (for a period of half an hour) and now im back to sqaure one, it wont mirror at all. Its so strange how it can work for a few times then not work at all. I've clicked the airplay mirroring button on my laptop and on my laptop it appears to be mirroring but nothing comes up on the TV, then after 20 seconds or so it goes off on my laptop. Im not getting any error messages just not connecting reliably/at all.
In need of some more advice
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 26, 2013 1:27 PM (in response to JamesCV)
I'm having very similar problems with Apple TV 3. It just wont allow my MacBook Pro to mirror to it reliably. In my case, I'm using a Netgear router with EE, and my problems are similar with my iPhone 4S. Not my iPad, however, which seems to connect easily every time.
On the MBP, I do get the error message: "An error occurred (-6722) while connecting to the AirPlay device "Apple TV"".
Arrrggghhh! It's so frustrating!