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If the HDHome Run is directly connected to the network interface on your computer, the interface should be set to a static IP in the 169.254.x.y range (for example, 169.254.1.9) with a subnet mask of 255.255.0.0 If the network LED is solid green, then the HDHome Run has an address.If your PC is using a wireless connection, make sure that you are on the primary network and not a guest network (guest networks typically block access to local devices on the network).Check to make sure that the HDHome Run has a good network connection, as indicated by the network LED on the device being solid green.
If both of these are true, please do the following: First, verify that the second LED from the left on the HDHome Run is solid green. If you are using a Motorola Cable CARD, go to the web page for your HDHome Run device (click on one of the tuner numbers on the Tuners tab in HDHome Run Setup), then click on Cable CARD Menu, then Network Setup. If the VCTID is 0, this indicates that the cable provider has not yet initialized the Cable CARD.For HDHR3-US, HDHR3-CC, and HDHR4-2US, the network LED is the furthest left LED.For HDTC-2US, the network LED is the furthest left LED.If connected to your main network, check to make sure that your router is powered on and has its DHCP server enabled.
If the router has any access control/allowed devices/MAC filtering function, either the HDHome Run needs to be on the allowed list, or this function should be disabled.Check the router’s configuration for anything with the word broadcast in it, or anything like wireless partition/isolation/segmentation, and try toggling those options.