In any case, manual config of ethernet settings is almost always a bad thing to do, and it CERTAINLY is a bad thing when it cannot be done on both sides. Presuming you cannot set it on the TV side, you also should not set it on the router side! (i.e. leave it at auto negotiate)
Problem isn`t so simple. All "simple" things were tested. Different link speed, auto link, dhcp reservation time, static ip, upnp, add mutlicast, loop protect disable, disable all firewall deny rules, changed arp lifetime, different vlan for TV and chromecast laptop that has wired connection. That`s why the last chance is registration here and ask for help, i have no ideas what it can be.
I don't know such a mode on wired ethernet that requires more than the default auto-negotiate being enabled.I think it`s some specific standby mode that doesn`t support by default and need to be activated but i have no idea what it can be.
i`ve stopped at 14th page. All articles are around "Make chromecast work" and dated 2014-2017 years. In samsung tvs it starts from 7th series and, as i think, after 2018 year
I have tested it with my Philips TV with Android and built-in Chromecast.Cane somebody test chromecast on tv with mikrotik router?
I agree with you because i`ve tested this only with samsung 7series and lg with same chromecast version. But this issue appiars only when i use mikrotik router. Have some additional packages installed/configured which differ from default?I have tested it with my Philips TV with Android and built-in Chromecast.Cane somebody test chromecast on tv with mikrotik router?
It works fine. TV is in standby (connected wired ethernet), I turn on my HP Chromebook (which is on WiFi) and select casting, it already sees the TV and I can connect it, TV powers on.
Heck I did not even know that this works, I always turned on the TV using the remote control beforehand.
I also did not test this after a really long time in standby, like next day. I could try to remember to test that tomorrow.
But it looks like the blame is more with your TV than with the router...