10-14-2015 10:47 AM
10-14-2015 01:23 PM
It is controller based. Version 6.4.3
Airgroup is enabled along with all services (airplay, airprint, chromecast, Dial, Dial Media,etc..)
Flat network...same role...same vlan
We don't block any client to client traffic on this network
Took the test devices home and tried there and worked fine.
It will see it through the chromecast app, I can stream to it through youtube. BUt once I enter the netflix application and hit the chromecast button it does not see any chromecasts. Wierdly it does see a couple roku's and an xbox.
Spent some time on the phone with Aruba support today and they saw nothing that would indicate something is being blocked.
I am stumped
10-14-2015 01:27 PM
10-15-2015 04:55 AM
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10-15-2015 06:28 AM
It is crazy...Multiple IOS devices...different firmwares...2 different chromecasts...wiped two devices clean and started with a fresh slate and still happening.
Are there possibly different service ID's that are supposed to be under Dial or Chromecast possibly?
10-15-2015 06:39 AM
11-06-2015 10:52 AM
I've run into this exact weirdness on campus. Each of the past 5 chromecast setups were for someone using an iPhone and all 5 of them wouldn't work with Netflix, but Hulu, youtube, etc... everything else works. That and the Andriod Netflix for the same Chromecast works fine. Any chrome browser as well running netflix.
I'll have to test for blocked service ID's when I see one on next, but seems really strange.
03-02-2017 11:18 AM
I'm still running into this on our campus. None of the IOS devices can stream Netflix to a chromecast. Youtube, Hulu, Pandora, etc... work fine.
I spent time searching through every blocked airgroup service I could and still not sure. I'm surprised there doesn't seem to be more people with this issue. It works perfectly on an Andriod - and just fine for the students at home on the same two devices.