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  Reply # 625037 14-May-2012 18:52 Send private message

johcar: Ah. Interesting. When I got the new one I changed the name on it - we might be onto something here....

I haven't tried another router, but I have tried both wired and wireless.

The router hasn't changed, so is probably an unlikely candidate for issues - it a nice shiny Thomson TG582n router which has made my connection to the interweb rock-solid (not hard, considering my last one was the TG585 v7 POS)



The name thing could be the problem, but I wouldn't absolve the router of all the blame yet, it was the cause of all my networking problems with out Tivo's



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  Reply # 626385 16-May-2012 18:42 Send private message

Issue resolved. Apparently a tweak on Hybrid's back-end (unspecified), a force-connect to the TiVo Service and everything is sorted - and on a wireless network (although will be hard-wiring anyway in the next couple of months).

HNP issue also sorted - there's a cleanup utility available on the site and was able to reinstall successfully...

 

 



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  Reply # 626410 16-May-2012 19:21 Send private message

johcar: Issue resolved. Apparently a tweak on Hybrid's back-end (unspecified), a force-connect to the TiVo Service and everything is sorted - and on a wireless network (although will be hard-wiring anyway in the next couple of months).

HNP issue also sorted - there's a cleanup utility available on the site and was able to reinstall successfully...


Glad you got it sorted. I thought it could be something at hyrids end due to the tivo naming thing.

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