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3.0 Ethernet HowTos

Discussion in 'TiVo Underground' started by zaknafein, Jun 19, 2002.

  1. mdoates

    mdoates New Member

    May 18, 2005
    I have a HD10-250 DirecTV PVR I have seen the information on how to set other units up to use a USB to Ethernet. Does anyone know if it works on this model. Any help would be appreciated.
  2. restart88

    restart88 New Member

    Mar 9, 2002
    If I understand correctly D* may make this available later this year.

    Myself, I've been looking for a cheap wired USB conector. I may go wireless later, but for now my network is totally wired.
  3. schalliol

    schalliol New Member

    Feb 13, 2003
    I know someone must have asked this, but I couldn't find it with my search. I have a S1 TiVo with lifetime and 110hrs worth of HD and an ethernet card, but it's really not useful to me if I get a new TiVo. What I want the ability to do is share files between a S2 and this S1, through HMO. I would think that someone could have the ability to install on S1 a linux app that serves the S1's content. Ideas?
  4. bollwerk

    bollwerk New Member

    Apr 8, 2005
    I'm also wondering if anyone has installed Tivo Web Plus on a HighDef DirecTivo HD10-250. Steve's Noobie instructions seem well done, but are a couple years old now, so I'm not confident the instructions would be the same for my HD DirecTivo.
  5. noobie2005

    noobie2005 New Member

    Feb 17, 2006
    Well from My Name You Guys Could Guess I Am A Newb..
    Anyways all i wanna know how to do is xfer files from my tivo/dvr to my comp.. simply put.Where would i get that info from?
  6. TRW_1964

    TRW_1964 New Member

    May 17, 2006
    How do I tell which type of Tivo I have? :eek:
  7. antalo

    antalo New Member

    May 9, 2001
    The best and easiest way I know how is to connect S1 to S2 and play the S1 and setup manual record on S2. Or, sell the S1 on fleebay and get a new one. Buy from Tivo.com stand alone unit only. If I recall, the DirecTV version you can only record from Directv. It used to be that way anyway.
    Good luck,
    antalo :)
  8. antalo

    antalo New Member

    May 9, 2001
    The first 3 digits of the Service # or the faceplate should tell you if you know your way around, but than you would not ask this question. Tivo.com should tell you or call TIVO. You could Google or Yahoo, or post you service # here.
    antalo :)
  9. nakedeye

    nakedeye New Member

    Nov 1, 2004
    i need post count up so i can get help! lol wont let me post links..
  10. STTF

    STTF New Member

    Dec 2, 2006
    I've had good luck with mine.
  11. Crispy321

    Crispy321 Dangerous Noobie

    Oct 1, 2006
    Any help would be greatly appreciated. I have searched (and continue to do so) the forums for info and found a lot of similar stuff but it doesn't seem to be exactly the same.

    I have a Sony Series 1 with a bum modem. I have successfully installed the tivonet card and wireless bridge and all was okay until I had to physically move the machine. I connected it to a cable box and attempted to adjust the setting from antenna to cable box and ended up in the "guided set-up" screen. I can't back out of it and the unit can't make the initial call because now I can't get the Tivo to connect to my network. The network recognizes the bridge adapter but not the tivo? I'm not sure what my next steps would be.

    Does anyone know if the machine will allow me to connect via network from this screen if all is working right or am I stuck in a pitfall and have to redo everything? Is this something that an image would fix? if so does anyone have a copy that they could send, along with some guidance if possible. please...

    Sorry for the long post,
  12. powell

    powell New Member

    Feb 23, 2007
    I recently purchased a modified series 1 tivo sony svr-2000 with a turbonet ethernet card. I have a linksys router supplying my wireless network and I need to know how to connect to this network, can I use a linksys bridge or do I need something different? Thanks for any help.
  13. tom gates

    tom gates New Member

    Aug 2, 2007
    2) Is there any way to override its internal Channel
    Frequency Table with our own pre-defined channel
    frequency table?

    Please let us know, if it is technical feasible to
    archive these technical goals, so we could have the
    further discussions, in terms of both technical side
    and financial side.

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