Advertisements I'll try to make this as short as possible... In the process of trying to diagnose some network weirdness, I was looking at devices that are connected to my wireless network (I was using data from both the AirPort utility and from the Fing app). Near as I can tell, my Tivo Roamio has three separate connections, each with its own MAC address. The first is the one I see when I look in the network settings section of the Tivo, and corresponds with the MAC address and assigned IP that the Tivo shows. Its name in the client list corresponds to my Tivo's service number. It has a Bonjour name of DVR-**** (where **** is the last four digits of my TSN). The second has the same wireless client name in the clients list as the first (sometimes—other times it shows up as STR-****.local), but has a different MAC address and a different assigned IP. It has a Bonjour name of STR-**** The third doesn't show up at all in the Fing app, and only shows up in the Airport Wireless Clients list as a MAC address (different from the other two, but see note below) and without an assigned IP address. The only reason I know that this is related to my Tivo is because when I blocked that IP address in the router, the Tivo lost its internet connection (and when I unblocked it, the connection came back up). (The three MAC addresses all start with the same first three hex digits, and the first two also have the 4th and 5th hex digits the same.) So, does anyone know what the deal is with these apparently three separate wireless connections that the Tivo has? Thanks in advance for any insight!