There are discussion on Apple forums about issues with Apple TV 2. The symtoms (which I experience) are: starting from an un-configured Apple TV, follow the menu commands and associate it with the AP running latest build of TUSB (with some specific setting - see below) and select DHCP configuration. Log on to Netflix and start watching a movie - a few minutes in the Internet connection from the ATV2 to the router is gone. There are no issues if the router is connected to the ATV2 by an eNet cable.
This seems to be a fault in the ATV2 wireless connectivity stack and how Netflix is connecting and not a fault of TUSB - however, there are discussion threads on Apple forums that suggest the issue is caused by the router being configured to reject DNS rebind attacks. I have unselected this option before running the test and since I presume it applies to both wired and wireless connectivity it should not be the root cause of the issue. So - am I right in being able to eliminate this?
I have enable WMM for better streaming support. Are there any other suggested wireless configuration options that might be influencing the issue?
Supposing Apple and Netflix test this stuff to work with Apple Airport Extreme Base station - can anyone suggest a configuration that makes TUSB look a lot like an airport?
Some other info - it's running on a Buffalo WHR-HP-G54