You may have a problem. The S1 Tivo can only run through guided setup using the modem. AFAIK, it will not do it through a serial/PPP or Ethernet/IP connection.
This means that you need something that not only provides dial tone service like an analog line but it must also provide enough analog bandwidth to send a full modem carrier signal. The problem is that most digital services like modern digital cell phones and Internet VOIP services, compress the audio and chop out the sounds that are out of range of human hearing, making modems useless. I run into this problem with my VOIP provider. if I need to re-run guided setup I have to go to a relative's house. So far, I haven't had to do it since switching to VOIP.
Does anyone know of a way to re-run guided setup using the Ethernet card?
BTW: I think the latest versions of S2 Tivo OS will use a USB ethernet adapter to re-run GS.
perl -e 'print unpack("u","\@2\&\%V92\!Y;W4\@:&\%C:V5D(\%E/55\(\@5\&EV\;R\!T;V1A>3\\-\`"),"\n";'