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Replacement HR21 - Network connection issue

Discussion in 'DIRECTV HD DVR/Receiver Discussion' started by miketorse, Dec 20, 2012.

  1. miketorse

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    Hi All...
    I received a replacement HR21 today for an older HR21 that the hard drive died on. I have Whole Home Service via my home network, not SWIM.

    I'm having trouble connecting to the internet and home network to see the other DVR in the house. The light on the Ethernet connection is solid green, and the other light is blinking orange once every five seconds (Which I assume means no data).

    I'm going through the connection and getting the Internet Not Connected (22) Error, result code 86-837.

    I tried using default information that came with the DVR, and then tried with the following settings:

    IP Address: 192.168.1.157

    Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0

    Def Gate: 192.168.1.1

    DNS: 208.67.222.222

    network says "connected", but it won't see the other DVR, and internet fails. So I'm assuming that "Connect" under Network isn't really connected.

    I actual cable that is in the back of the DVR can connect to the internet via the ROKU that is sitting next to it (for testing purposes, I wanted to eliminate the cable or switch or router).

    I reset the DVR once already....

    Any help would be appreciated!
     
  2. r028806

    r028806 Mentor

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    Check the lites on your DECA, all should be green with middle one flickering. Make sure green and amber lites on Ethernet 1 are lite where your blue ethernet cable is connected to the HR21. Go to Network in the menu select, reset network defaults then select connect now should fix if for you.
     
  3. miketorse

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    No DECA. This is hard wired only.
     
  4. Rent_Share

    Rent_Share AllStar

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    Have you recycled the router it's plugged into ?
     
  5. dielray

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    Have you tried plugging the cable in the other jack?

    When you're in the advance network setup does it show a valid MAC address?
     

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