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Thread: How to change IP from dynamic to static on Tivo

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    How to change IP from dynamic to static on Tivo

    Hi all,

    Can someone please tell me how to change the dynamic IP address of my Tivo to a static one?

    Secondly, I lost my Tivoweb Plus and can't seem to get it to work again. My Tivo sees my PC with no problems and Tytools works fine. I can ping it from my PC but can't get Tivoweb Plus to work in my browser anymore. Any suggestions would be very helpful.

    On a side note, does anyone know whether I can get the weather back up and running under JavaHMO? Is it possible to upgrade my Series 2 running 6.2 to version 7.* so I can run Gallion. Also, the newsgroup binary feature never seems to work. It always says there are no binaries but I have it set up to a binaries news group. The movies plugin works fine after I fixed it and most of the other plugins work as well.

    TIA

    Blacknoon

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    Code:
    DVD_TiVo#[/] $ mfs_dumpobj -r /State/Network
    NetConfigIpParams 5475/11 {
            AutoConfigEnabled[21]=0
            DnsServers[20]=192.168.1.1
            GatewayAddress[17]=192.168.1.1
            HostAddress[16]=192.168.1.35
            SubnetMask[18]=255.255.255.0
    }
    I'm using a static ip. If AutoConfigEnabled is set to 1, then it's set on DHCP. You can use netconfig.tcl to set a static ip, or use the tivoapp patches tivo4mevo posted to enable network menus that you can use to configure everything with your remote. You can't upgrade a dtivo to 7.x, but you can upgrade to 6.3x, which will allow you to use galleon, with the loss of MRV functionality.

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    Re: Network Configureation

    Where is this file located?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blacknoon View Post
    Where is this file located?
    It's in MFS. The easiest way to set this stuff is through the tivo network settings menus. On a dtivo, you need a patch to enable those menu. There's also a netconfig.tcl script floating around to set the values directly.

    7.x won't run on a dtivo, AFAIK. You can run the current dtivo release, 6.3, which does support HME. You'd lose MRV though.

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