This morning one of my Roku devices decided that it wasn't getting a good internet connection. I have two other Roku devices that seem to be working o.k.
All of them say they have a strong connection to my Wireless. I have tested my Wireless router and my cable modem with my PC and they are working just fine. I have a 100+ MBS connection according to Ookla.
So if there really is a problem, it is somewhere between my cable modem and Roku. I would like to do some tests to see where that is, but it isn't possible because Roku does not provide adequate information.
What I need is the IP address or name that Roku uses for it's content servers, so I can diagnose a possible problem between my modem and Roku. This does not appear to be supplied anywhere, nor are there any articles I can find that cover the topic.
There are many articles that say how to find the ip address of your own Roku device. I don't need that, I already have it, and it's irrelevant to this problem.
There are many articles that say how to diagnose problems making a wireless connection. I don't need that, my Roku devices say they have good connectivity to my wireless router.
I need the third link in the chain, the connection from my network through the internet to Roku's content servers.
Does anyone have this information, or know of a way to beat it out of Roku?