I can confirm that. I only have Qobuz and still experience tracks skipping from time to time.
[NUC8i7BEH 8GB RAM and Rock connected to Router Asus RT-ac88u, all 3 Raat endpoints wired to the router, no switches, Roon audio analysis disabled, small local files library. All software up to date]
I have a Huawei modem in bridge mode (Telekom API internet.t-d1) through which I can track traffic in real time with HuaCtrl Pro.
For days everything goes fine, tracks are completely loaded right at the beginning with the usual speed around 100 Mbit/s and after that everything stays idle, download 0 until the next track starts.
(I set up this network just for Roon Rock, 3 wired Roon Raat endpoints and 2 remotes. For everything else I have a second DSL network with a different modem and router).
But then suddenly:
The download starts normally at the beginning of the track, but this time only with a maximum of 6 - 7 Mbit/s and then it stops. The track plays until the downloaded data is used up and then jumps to the next track. With this track, the same thing repeats, and so on, for about half to three quarters of an hour.
And that, although a speed test regularly checked for each track, results in a download rate of at least 70 up to 120 Mbps.
Which, however, are simply not requested/loaded by Roon.
Streaming via Qobuz directly at the same time works without problems.
So now my question @danny, @support:
What can cause such a continuous data consumption around 2 to 3 Mbit/s without peaks during these skipping times, almost consistently all the time?
As long as this behavior lasts, the tracks are not fully loaded but only a fraction.
Although the possible download rate would be far high enough and another player as well as the Qobuz app works and pulls the normal amounts of data.
As long as the continuous low data consumption around 3 Mbit continues, half to three quarters of an hour, Roon does not work without skipping.
As I said, audio analysis is off and there are no other consumers on this network.
When I turn off my NUC Rock, data consumption stops immediately and drops to 0.
Same behavior, when I use my iPad not only as remote, but also as endpoint, all other raat endpoints switched off.