Originally Posted by mgkdragn
^^^ And we love you too .. but, seriously .. Are you a Netflix engineer .. ??
No, you are Implying that when someone on a forum asks another party troubleshooting questions about why they are having issues, that the person trying to fill in the blanks, must work for said company.
I am being serious also in both of my replies to both of you. Now answer the following: 1) Does it matter to you, 2) Does it really make a difference if one party asks another party troubleshooting questions, vs. just blowing them off, and not getting the facts; so that problems can be solved, by finding a solution.
To me it does not matter who a person works for, that visits these forums, because again it is none of my business, and I am sure it is none of yours what I do for a living, or what I did before my current job.
So again stop worrying about me, and worry about getting the OP to answer what movie they were watching, what equipment they were using, and who their ISP is, or if it is a personal LAN issue, that they were getting the problems. If we all know what movie it was and what equipment they were using, it makes it easier for others to figure out if it is a Netflix issue, or a problem with the OP own resources (ie LAN equipment or device they were using while watching Netflix).
You asking me if I work for Netflix, is like going into some car forum, and asking someone asking what problems another party is having with their Ford, Chevy, Toyota, etc.; if the person asking Party B questions to fill in the blanks as to why Party B is having problems, if Party A works for said car company either on the line or in a dealership. When in reality it is just an average Joe or Sally that owns the same brand of vehicle, or is knowledgeable on the technical aspects of vehicles, to help Party B find a solution.
mgkdragn, I bet that you are also the type of person that when you go to get your car fixed, if the mechanic is a ASE certified mechanic, or when you go to your doctor's office, if they are an officially licensed doctor, every time you go in for something.