Advertisements I'm having an interesting Multi-room-viewing issue. I know it is networking related and somehow related to the "same subnet" restriction even though I have confirmed all units are indeed on the same subnet. I'll get the cursory facts out of the way: All units are identical model's Tivo HD units. All units are on the same version of the Tivo software: 11.0k-01-2-652 All units are on the same Tivo Account under my Tivo.com access. All units have the same Media Access key All units have "Video Sharing" & "Enable video downloads" enabled online in my account under DVR preferences. All units have had connections to the tivo service forced. All units have been rebooted. The IP addresses on the units are as follows: Master Bedroom = 192.168.0.3 Family Room = 192.168.0.4 Bedroom = 192.168.0.5 In case you are wondering, 192.168.0.1 = the Router itself of course, and 192.168.0.2 = my laptop (wich is running Tivo Desktop version 2.8.412.369). There are no other devices on the newtwork. Ok so now that all that is out of the way here's what's going on with the units: All Tivo's can see the Laptop, & the laptop can see all Tivo's, including all recordings. I can move any recordings from any of the Tivo's to the laptop, and I can move any recording on the laptop to any of the Tivo's. All Tivo's appear in each other's "Now Playing" List. The Bedroom, & Family Room Tivo's can see each other's recordings and move them back and forth between each other. The Bedroom & Family Room Tivo's can see the Master Bedroom Tivo in the "Now Playing" list but when you select it you get the "The Bedroom DVR has no recordings..." message. The same thing happens if the Master Bedroom Tivo tries to look at either the Family Room, or other Bedroom Tivo. The router is wireless capable. The Laptop connects via 802.11n, the MasterBedroom Tivo connects via 802.11g, and the other two Tivo's (Bedroom, & Family Room) are both hardwired with cat-5. So here I'm finally at my problem. I know this has to have something to do with wireless Vs Cat-5 connection because of the fact that the two tivo's that are connected via Cat-5 can transfer to each other, but the one Tivo on wireless is odd man out, and while it sees the the other two tivo's it can't see any recordings. The confusing part is that they are all indeed on the same subnet, and this has worked for years. I cannot seem to locate or isolate a variable that has changed. Does anyone have any ideas? Jason -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Edits: Added 11-11 ALL units, including the router have been rebooted, and the wireless adapter is the Tivo Wireless G unit. I did already connect the "bedroom" unit via cat 5 for testing to eliminate that variable, which is how I've isolated the issue to this point. It isn't practical to leave it hardwired permanently. The wireless router is (unfortunately) a Qwest-->CentruryLink DSL modem & Wifi Router combo, model Q1000. It's been working up till now so I've intentionally kept things simple by having only the one device.