Your modem and router should be plugged in with all the indicator lights on.
After verifying your modem and router have power, go to Step 2.
Note: Wireless connections based on 3G, 4G, 4G LTE, newer or similar technologies are not supported for connecting a TiVo DVR to the internet.
2. Check all your cables.
Verify that your Ethernet cable is securely plugged in between your modem and router.
Ensure that all connections are securely plugged into the DVR, wireless adapter, and any additional equipment used to connect your DVR to the Internet.
After verifying all your connections are secure, go to Step 3.
3. Power cycle your TiVo device, modem and router.
Unplug your modem and router then wait 10 seconds and plug them back in. A full restart can take 30-60 seconds.
Unplug your TiVo device's power cord for 20 seconds, then plug it back in.
After your TiVo device, modem and router have restarted, go to Step 4
4. Test your Internet connection using another device.
Using your home computer or any other device used to connect to the Internet, try to access a webpage or connect to an online service using your home network.
If you cannot get on the internet with any device in your home, there may be an issue with your Internet service. Please call your Internet Service Provider (ISP) for assistance.
If you can get online with your home computer or another device, go to Step 5.
If you are able to connect, but your TiVo has streaming performance problems, it might be that you need a faster internet connection. Test your connection at fast.comortestmy.net. For best streaming quality, your network should be providing a sustained upload speed of 10 Mbps or greater than 25 Mbps if you are streaming 4K.
5. Check your wireless adapter signal strength.
Wireless G & N
How to Check Signal Strength
TiVo Premiere Series:
TiVo Central > Settings & Messages > Settings > Network > View Network Status
Series 3 & earlier:
TiVo Central >Messages & Settings > Settings > Network > View Network Status
Note: The Wireless N Adapter will display signal strength on the adapter itself.
TiVo EDGE Series, TiVo BOLT Series, TiVo Roamio Series on TiVo Experience 4 Software Version 21.x.:
TiVo Home > Menu > Settings > Network Settings > Network Troubleshooting > Status > Wireless Network (Signal Strength)
TiVo BOLT Series, TiVo Roamio Series on TiVo Experience 3 Software Version: 20.X. or earlier:
TiVo Central > Settings & Messages > Network Settings > Network Troubleshooting > Network Status > Wireless Network (Signal Strength)
Recommended Signal Strengths
80% or higher
Note: For TiVo Wireless N, you can verify it by checking the adapter itself. Check that it has at least one bar on the signal strength indicator
80% or higher
What to do if signal strength is inadequate?
The closer your TiVo device is to the router, the better the wireless signal strength. Walls, floors, and other obstacles degrade the signal, as do electrical appliances and other sources of interference.
If your wireless signal needs a boost, consider purchasing a WiFi range extender. Range extenders (also called wireless repeaters) simply take the signal from your wireless router and rebroadcast it, extending the usable range. You can find range extenders at any big box electronics retailer.
If several routers are using the same wireless channel (e.g., in densely populated areas), you can manually change the channel your router uses. See your router instructions for help.
Want to know more? There are lots of online resources that can help you with wireless home networking.
If improving your wireless signal strength did not resolve your issue, go to Step 7.
6. You may need to reconfigure the network settings on your TiVo box. Have you done one of the following things recently?
You have updated your wireless network name, password or IP address.