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Modem Reset By TiVo Application

Discussion in 'TiVo Roamio DVRs' started by ustavio, Dec 12, 2013.

  1. ustavio

    ustavio Member

    Oct 19, 2013
    I noticed in my Network Status information under MoCA Link History the following entries:
    11:18:59 Modem reset by TiVo application
    11:23::05 MoCA bandwidth too low
    11:36:17 MoCA bandwidth too low
    11:45:33 MoCA bandwidth too low

    I am assuming that the listed times are GMT (which starts this entries 3:18:59 AM here on the Left Coast). I was asleep for all this. However, I noticed a similar entry in Link History before, which disappeared after a reboot.

    I have a Fios Actiontek router and a direct Coax MoCA connection on this box. The Actiontek, isn't a "modem" per se, so I'm just curious as to what this means, if anything. I've never seen the PHY rates drop below 230.

    I don't have a Mini but the Roamio spits out two IP addresses, one of which I am told is for a Mini. When I drill into the Actiontek settings I find that the MAC (designated a Hardware Ethernet Switch) that is listed in TiVo Network Status as a Peer Node has 5 ports. One is connected at 1000 mbps Full Duplex, ports 2-4 are "disconnected" and port five is connected at 200 mbps Full Duplex.

    And now I'm moving out of my knowledge base so I just wondered if anyone had similar Link History entries wit Fios, if they mean anything, and if there is any possibility that having a "live" Mini connection and no Mini effects anything.
  2. Time_Lord

    Time_Lord Member

    Jun 4, 2012
    How is the TiVo connected? MoCA, Coax, or both?

    If you have both the ethernet and MoCA enabled on the TiVo you probably created a network loop which in turn caused the router to crash.
  3. jrtroo

    jrtroo Chill- its just TV

    Feb 4, 2008
    As I understand it, the two Roamio IPs are for 1) the DVR function and 2) for the Stream function (not mini).

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