I can't for the life of me, get my HR10-100 to connect to the internet. My setup looks like this: My DSL modem and Linksys router are both on the third floor. There is ethernet running throughout the house with homeruns all going to the third floor. Because I have more than one device in my stereo rack in the living room with ethernet, I have a 8 port 10/100 linksys switch that all my devices are plugged into including my HR20-100. That switch is then plugged into the wall outlet which is a homerun to the third floor patch panel. The port from the living room in the patch panel has a cable going into my linksys router. Everytime I test it, I am able to get to the network but the internet test fails. I am currently running dd-wrt firmware on my linksys router. I have tried dd-wrt v23SP2 and v24RC3 and neither of them seems to make a difference. UPNP is turned off in router. Could the problem the switch in the living room? If so, would a different switch work or is it that I don't have a straight connection from the HR20-100 directly into the linksys router? I do have a spare linksys router that I am going to plug my laptop into and also the HR20-100 and see if it is even getting an ip address as when I tried using DHCP, it still got an 169.*.*.* address so I am not even sure that DHCP is working correctly. I'm running out of things to try so anyone else have any suggestions on things to try? Thanks.