Hello, Last time I had a problem it was solved within 30 minutes, here we go... I have 2 VIP 612 and 1 VIP 622, all 3 are connected to the internet via my wired home network, I use the iphone app for dish on a regular basis so it is key to me that this works. All 3 receivers are connected to a ethernet switch which is connected to my Apple base station, which is plugged into my cable modem, this setup has always worked from day one without any problems. Saturday night (2 nights ago) Northeast Ohio had a nasty storm come through and we had lightning strikes and power surges throughout the night. When I woke up Sunday morning my house internet was down, after looking over the home network, I found that my Apple router shut down, ethernet switch dead and my cable modem was fine. After reseting my Apple base station, that is now working fine. My ethernet switch is dead, so I tried to plug my Dish receivers into the Apple base station and found that only one of the three can get online. I have tried different cables and even plugged the receivers directly into the cable modem to by-pass the Apple router, still only 1 of 3 working. I did a test through the receivers and have the "connection failure" on the 2 receivers that can't connect. I even tried to reboot and reconnect through broadband setup through the menu, I even tried to use the activate receiver setup but keep getting failure to connect. The 1 working receiver is working fine. So the million dollars question is...Did the storm fry the ethernet connection in the 2 receivers? If so, do I need new receivers or is there another fix? The VIP 622 and 1 of the VIP 612 is dead. If I need to replace, I need to do it soon so the wrath of my wife and new season for TV shows are not missed, of course the one dead box is our "main" receiver with all of the program timers. Many thanks in advance since you guys and Matt from Dish helped me out last time with my loss of signal issues!!!!