Advertisements Hey everyone- So, I work for an internet and tv provider and even consulting with techs and higher ups, we can't figure out how my service isn't working. I'll break it down: Our headend tower is on one end of town. 100+ft up the tower, I have a LigoWave antenna that is hooked to ethernet cable. It runs into the headend and hooks to my modem which is hooked to my Tivo DVR (MG2). Everything at the headend works fine. I live 4 miles away from the tower just in the country. I have my antenna at my house 40ft up and am receiving signal. I have my ethernet cable running into my house which is going directly to my router which I have converted over to an access point. I have a Tivo mini that is connected to my access point router. I can run the internet connection test and Tivo connect and it succeeds. However, it says that it cannot locate my dvr on the network. I check the settings and it's listed as my dvr, but it can't connect to it. And another weird thing is if I were to run my ethernet cable coming from my antenna directly to my Tivo mini, it says there is no internet. By all rights, only running the Tivo on ethernet should be fine since mini's do not need a MoCa connection. What could be the issue that won't allow me to have my dvr connect? Do I need to change the IP address on my router to match that of my dvr?