Advertisements This happens to me about once every 40 to 50 transfers. I have a gigabit switch and both Tivos are hardwired. This has nothing to do with the internet or a router... This is likely a buffer overrun and/or memory buffers not being released in the receiving Tivo, it only happens on my Premier. I have seen these kinds of bugs many times, mostly on ethernet drivers.. and sometimes in systems that rely on applications to service/read a buffer to free a memory pool, but the application does not get enough cycles and falls behind. I guess we could snoop the connection to try and figure out what is triggering the failure,but not having access to the linux terminal it would be all guess work. My guess is that if we slowed the connection the receiving Premier would be fine. And the CSR is useless...she was reading the script for a netflix crash.