[mythtv-users] HDHR prob with new wallwarts

Daryl McDonald darylangela at gmail.com
Thu Dec 12 12:14:59 UTC 2019

On Thu, Dec 12, 2019 at 6:48 AM Daryl McDonald <darylangela at gmail.com>

> On Mon, Dec 9, 2019 at 3:19 PM Allen Edwards <allen.p.edwards at gmail.com>
> wrote:
>> You will have to edit some of the IP addresses to reflect your situation
>> but yes, just edit the file on your system. I am not home now so can't
>> check details so ask if you have any questions and I will reply when I
>> return.
>> On Mon, Dec 9, 2019, 10:55 AM Daryl McDonald <darylangela at gmail.com>
>> wrote:
>>> On Mon, Dec 9, 2019, 9:53 AM Allen Edwards <allen.p.edwards at gmail.com>
>>> wrote:
>>>> Perhaps I am not following closely enough. But are we not talking about
>>>> the recording stopping? If so, I pointed out a known problem with Linux
>>>> that causes the Linux box to drop connection with a HDHR box. I posted a
>>>> test to verify if this is the problem. Has that been tried?  I also posted
>>>> the solution. I had this exact problem, or at least similar. Has that
>>>> solution been ruled out? I seem to have missed that. I also have a similar
>>>> setup with not one but two HDHRs and even when recording three shows at
>>>> once and perhaps four, my $20 switch has no problem. What am I missing?
>>>> Just to be clear on the network setup the small 5 port switch has just
>>>> three inputs and one output which goes to the router. There should not be
>>>> enough traffic from the two HDHRs to ever overload the 100Mb switch. It is
>>>> a switch and should not be dealing with anything from other parts of the
>>>> network.
>>>> ________________________________
>>> Allen, are you referring to the ifup/ifdown post from very early in the
>>> thread? Assuming yes how is this implemented? Do I just nano the new file?
>>>> _____________________________________________
> I've been waiting to see a failed recording, and paste a "shortlog" here,
> but that hasn't happened. Granted recording volume is down due to reruns,
> and the only other varriable is that I used the HDHRs to rescan my
> channels. Previoulsy, I was using a scan from one of my PCI cards. Could
> the scan make a difference? It was the only thing in the howto that I
> hadn't done, and it did update one channel relocate. (not related to any
> previous failure)
> Allen, if I read you correctly, our setups might be slightly different in
> that I have four cables in my switch, router, two HDHRs and PC, which,
> IIUC, removes IP reservations and routing from the equasion, anyway, for
> now, merrily rolling along. (ho ho ho)   Daryl

I spoke too soon, two recordings from lastnight between 10 and 11 are only
about half expected size, and appear with an orange border in Steppes:

TIA  Daryl
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