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I have an HDVR2 that has been wired to my Linksys router (BEFW11S4)and working for years (thanks Gunny!!!). Problems with the router caused me to upgrade to a "G" Router (WRT54G - but remember I am hard wired to the Tivo). I kept my SSID the same for the network and the IP address for the Router but I cannot see the HDVR2 on my network. I am using the USB200M wired adapter.


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Recently I had my computers and network shutdown. I had my router unplugged as well. I left the tivos plugged in as normal. When I hooked everything back up and brought my computers and network back up, I could not find my receivers on my network either. I run my receivers wired as well. Hook up a serial cable to your pc, and to your receiver. Once you establish a connection that way to your tivo, rerun netconfig.tcl. Then, see if you can see it on your network then. It worked for me.
 

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JW,

Thanks....that worked. I can now access the wired Tivo on my network. The only remaining issue is that the NPL refrshes very slow and it takes some time for the other 3 Tivo's (wireless "B") to show up on the NPL.


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That is a DNS issue most likely. To fix that, check the DVR-pedia (see my sig) look at the "Blank entries in the Now Playing List.
 

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There is another thing you can do that is easier than changing the code. You can go into the router setup and setup a access rule to give your tivo addresses internet access. It fixed my NPL problem in about 30 seconds.
 
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