Advertisements I will try to make this as succinct as possible... I hope someone can help me. I have a Sony SVR-3000 Tivo that was working just fine with Verizon FiOS with a D-Link router and a Netgear wireless adapter. The D-Link died, and Verizon sent me a new Actiontec router. I cannot make the Tivo connect to the wireless network anymore and I am at wits' end. Here are the things I have tried, which have only gotten me error messages N02, NO6, and N07. Keep in mind that I am not very knowledgeable about networking issues in general, so you may have to talk to me like I'm a 3rd grader about these things. 1) Purchased the Tivo wireless adapter (AG0100) since I am on a wireless g network. 2) Removed encryption and tried to connect without a network password. 3) Checked to see that MAC authentication is disabled (it is). Do I still need to tell the router the Tivo's MAC id? (And how do I do that?) 4) Tried assigning a static IP address (however, not entirely sure I did this correctly). 5) Contacted Verizon to find out if the DHCP server is enabled, and it is by default. (Other devices appear to be connected via DHCP) Also tried to get them to tell me how to check if the right ports are open, however they told me that's "advanced technical support" and I'd have to pay a fee per minute or something. (Hello, ripoff) 6) Contacted Tivo for support. They told me to try assigning a static IP, and other than that, pointed the finger at Verizon. 7) Changed the password from Hexadecimal to ASCII. I have the old school Tivo remote without an "info" button, which means I can't access the Hexadecimal keypad for entering the password. Of course, it didn't work without any encryption, so I don't think it's a password issue anyway. 8) Used the SSID from the old router, and also tried changing the SSID to a new name. The Tivo will "see" the SSID, and I also tried to connect by entering the SSID myself from that option. Is this situation hopeless? Thanks for any and all assistance.