Hi all, I'm just about at my wits' end and am hoping someone can point me in the right direction. Over the last several weeks I've spent more time learning about Cisco tuning adapters than anyone should reasonably have to. After many hours of online research and troubleshooting, I'm seeing 2 issues on my tuning adapter which is preventing me from being able to tune any SDV channels. Issue #1: The tuning adapter only receives an RF IP address occasionally, if at all. In the 3 weeks I've had it, it's only received an address twice and it didn't last for long. As a result of this: Issue #2: The tuning adapter stays in "Read - B'cast Only" mode and isn't able to establish a DAVIC connection at the hub/headend. So far I've had two technicians come to my house to check signal levels, ingress, etc. Both times neither of them were able to find any issues. They were also (as expected) completely clueless about anything related to cable cards or tuning adapters. I've also had a replacement tuning adapter shipped out after Spectrum assumed the first one was defective. The new one connected and worked for about 3 hours, then rebooted itself and hasn't received an RF IP address since. At this point I have two questions I'm hoping you can help me answer. 1) What can I do to escalate this issue internally at Spectrum? They no longer have a dedicated CableCard team so each rep has little to no knowledge about these things. I've spoken with several supervisors and their only solution is to send a technician out. 2) Is there anything else I can try on my end to get this working more reliably? I'm a sysadmin by day and by my estimation, it appears there aren't enough available IP addresses in the pool and the TA is only able to receive one when another device's address lease expires. Obviously that's an internal issue at Spectrum, but if there are any additional reboot/reset methods I can try on my side I'm certainly open to it. If anyone needs or wants additional info from the diagnostics screens please let me know. I really want to keep cable and the TiVo, but if this continues much longer I'm going to have to throw in the towel and just go back to streaming.