Have not had to restart iTunes since 22 May - Thats a full 24 hours, more importantly it's been an overnight and a workday.
Remember I previously unchecked IPv6 option in NIC Card settings. This is still the case.
As promised, my power settings are:
Turn off hard disk after : 20min
Desktop background settings: Slide Show: Available
Wireless Adapter Settings - Power Saving Mode: Maximum Performance
Sleep after: Never
Allow hybrid sleep: Off
Hibernate after: Never
Allow wake timers: Enable
USB Selective suspend setting: Enabled
PCI Express - Link State Power Management: Off
Processor Power Management - Minimum: 90% - Maximum: 100%
Turn Off Display after: 10 Minutes
Multimedia Settings - When Sharing Media: Prevent idling to sleep
When playing video - Optimize video quality
I was VERY glad to find this thread.
Of course I thought that having my ATV3 hardwired to my gigabit Ethernet network would give better bandwidth and be less susceptible to interference. Hmph.
What's a little worrying to me is that I can't find the command line netstat utility… and when I run aut0maticdan's script, it's not finding it either!
That's a little weird - everyone else seems to have it, but it's nowhere to be found on my 2008 Mac Pro.