Advertisements I just got a Series three earlier this week and I've been having problems with the built in ethernet adapter. I'm a bit worried about this because I have a Comcast guy set to come on Friday and since the cable cards are tied to the TiVo if I had to replace the TiVo I'd have to get a guy to come out again, wouldn't I? So here is the situation. When I first set the TiVo up it took a couple of tries to get it to connect to my network for some reason. Nothing special about my network. The Tivo is connected to a hub that is connected to a Linksys router. But I'm having problems and can't connect to the TiVo service. I've tried a different hub, multiple different cables, connecting the TiVo directly to the Linksys router, different ports, etc. Nothing seems to help. The TiVo complains it can't find a DHCP server (it's there). If it finds that it complains about not finding a gateway (also there, same box). If THAT works, it complains about the TiVo service being unavailable. Now also plugged into this hub is the Wireless access point that supplies my laptop so I know there is connectivity. I hooked my laptop up by ethernet and did a TCP dump and that time the TiVo got as far as talking to the TiVo service then it gave up complaining about the service not being there. It did manage to get a DHCP address, look up the TiVo server, and start connecting (I stopped watching then). This really has me stumped. Unfortunatly I don't have a USB adapter I can test with. The TiVo recognizes it's network adapter (the Phone & Network screen shows the MAC address) and looking at my router/DHCP server I can see that it has succeeded in getting an address before (192.168.1.9 in this case). I just tried setting everything manually and got N07 (unable to find gateway/router). Putting it back to using DHCP (which is the correct setting for my network) gives me the N02 (unable to find DHCP). I think the only time it ever did it successfully was when it worked during the initial setup. I realize I can make it use the phone line for now, but I'd like to get it using ethernet. Help! Edit: I just remembered. About two hours after the initial setup I was fooling around online with Yahoo! TV and setup 4 or 5 season passes that did get setup correctly on the TiVo. Networking hasn't worked right since then though. EDIT: This has been fixed (or at least seems that way). See my post a little below from 10/13.