I have a couple of Windows 8.1 devices and use the Play To feature to stream videos to my Xbox One console. The featured worked well until I had to replace my old Linksys / Cisco router (WRT310N V2) router with a new Asus router (RT-N66R). For whatever reason, I can no longer "right click" videos in Windows 8.1 and select Play To Xbox One. I suspect it is one of the settings in the Asus router but cannot find anything that should be blocking it. All other features from the Xbox One (connection to Xbox Live, connection to the Internet, etc.) work just fine with the new router.
I looked at the FAQ for Xbox glass here: http://forums.xbox.com/xbox_forums/xbox_support/xbox_one_support/f/4274/t/1628885.aspx
The only setting I see which looks interesting is this one: "Make sure you disable Access Point/WiFi Isolation or related feature on your router."
I don't see a setting (maybe someone can help me) that specifically says AP Wifi isolation is enabled. I'm not connected to a guest network.
Does anyone know where the problem is? The firmware version on my Asus is 18.104.22.168.374_979. Also, if I plug the Linksys / Cisco router back in the Play To Xbox One feature comes back on my Windows 8.1 devices.
Thanks for your help!