Advertisements Hi Guys, After nearly a decade away I finally decided to get a TiVo again (as the Xfinity X1 DVR I just got last week is terrible). I got the TiVo Edge DVR and threee Mini VOX devices. It took some serious work to get the stupid CableCard to work, but we finally got it sorted (for some reason the Data ID both myself and the rep originally put in, never took hold until Xfinity finally reprogrammed it again again). Anyway long story short, got the TiVo DVR working and I love it. However none of my TiVo Mini VOX device will connect with the main DVR saying there is no compatible DVR found on the network. I get basically the same error when I try to connect my iPhone or iPad to the TiVo DVR for streaming (just says it failed, but same thing; it cannot stream). On the TiVo box when I look at the 'TiVo Boxes' section, there is an error V406 saying there 'is a problem with my account that might be preventing streaming' from my DVR. I have been going insane with TiVo support all week doing mindless reboots and reconnects on the main DVR and my TiVo Minis, and reinstalling the iOS apps from scratch but nothing is working. Anyone got any ideas on how to solve this? I am convinced the issue with something not configured correctly in my TiVo account, and because it was dormant for a decade I actually had TiVo create a brand new account for me and transfer all my devices into it, but it's still the same. Which leads me to believe the issue is not an issue with my account per-se, but the DVR devices linked into my account (some kind of configuration issue). In this thread: TiVo Mini & Roamio OTA DVR V70 Connection Problems the poster said configuration is in their mini had to be changed, but I can't change anything on the mini as they won't get past the initial setup. Once I connect to TiVo and download all the data, then name my mini, it throws up the V70 error. But what's odd is that the TiVo apps also do not work. TiVo kept thinking originally it was a networking issue, but I am 99% sure that's not the case, but you never know. I have my Comcast cable router set to bridge mode as I have my own WiFi via a Linksys MR8300 Mesh WiFi Router and multiple WiFi nodes in the house, but none of the TiVo devices are on WiFi. All my devices are hard wired using gigabit ethernet cabling going into a 24 port switch, which is then connected into the back of the MR8300 router. All the devices happily see the TiVo service and there is no firewall between any of them as they are all connected to the same physical switch. I even disabled the firewall on it via the admin interface to see if that would make any difference, but nada. Today TiVo said they will replace the main DVR, but I am 99% convinced when it shows up it will have the same problem. Any suggestions?