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Wierd MRV/Internet issue

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#1 OFFLINE   employee3



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Posted 06 July 2010 - 04:12 PM

I have 4 HR's (2xHR24 and 2xHR20's). I also have a DECA connected to my network. I can get a DHCP address from the network, but none of the boxes will connect to the internet. I have reset all network settings and I've even pulled new IPs to the boxes (so I know that they are communicating through the DECA into a switch).

What I'm getting is "Not connected to the Internet (22). All other computers on the network can browse the web and I don't have any QOS or Access restrictions on the router. Also I have switched out the DECA unit to see if that was causing issues, but no dice.

Any ideas?
C'mon people, it's just TV.

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#2 ONLINE   veryoldschool


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Posted 06 July 2010 - 05:08 PM

From another thread today:
Pull the power to the router for a min or two and let it boot back up.
Then restore network defaults and "connect now" on a DVR and see what happens.

#3 OFFLINE   employee3



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Posted 06 July 2010 - 08:30 PM

Well after playing around, they still all fail the Internet test, but they will download VOD so obviously they are connected. I also played some AVI's from my NAS so the DECA is working.

No idea why the test still fails.
C'mon people, it's just TV.

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