[mythtv-users] HDHR failing
dryheat122 at gmail.com
Sat Nov 14 00:23:49 UTC 2020
It's kind of bizarre. It was working fine with Myth, then stopped
working. This happened right after my cable modem required a restart. I
do have a firewall but it allows anything from the subnet. The HDHR is on
the same subnet. I can ping it from the Myth box. I don't think it's the
power supply because I can access it from other devices, my Windows box, my
Roku, another "smart" TV.
On Fri, Nov 13, 2020 at 3:07 AM David Watkins <watkinshome at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi my input is general, not specific ...
>> If other devices work the device is working.
>> If you cannot see an ip ... then any of the following may apply
>> * The HDHR is not on the same network
>> * Your backend has a firewall that prevents the HDHR being seen
>> * Your backend has faulty network hardware
>> * You have configured your HDHR to another network to your backend
>> Start with ping and nmap. Post more info to help anyone who is trying to
>> Your current post is "something is wrong somewhere. please help" <smile>
> ..or you could have a faulty Ethernet cable/connector or network switch.
> To know how to troubleshoot this you need to understand your network a bit.
> How is your backend connected to the HDHR? Wi-Fi or wired? What other
> things are on the network?
> What IP address do the HDHR and mythbackend have, and how are they
> assigned? They can be manually assigned or they can pick them up from a
> device running DHCP (usually either a wifi access point or your ISP's
> broadband modem/gateway).
> Once you (and we) understand your network then the troubleshooting can
> Good Luck
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