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Old 03-28-2016, 07:12 PM
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Broke my OpenDCT?

So it was all working so well and then I a few issues. not sure what broke it but It's broke. 1. My internet went down and I had to reboot router. 2. My windows ten PC running my virtual SageTV machine stopped responding so I had to hard boot it.

After these two events SageTV will not record anything. Says "no signal" on any station. it looks like the tuner is being locked (green light is on) - but nothing will record. Not sure where to look but I am attaching my OpenDCT log file. I stopped, started SageTV and OpenDCT ... attempted to record supergirl ... Stopped SageTV and OpenDCT. and am uploading a log file. at 20:58:08.637 is when it starts recording supergirl. Any help appreciated!
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Old 03-28-2016, 11:05 PM
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So it was all working so well and then I a few issues. not sure what broke it but It's broke. 1. My internet went down and I had to reboot router. 2. My windows ten PC running my virtual SageTV machine stopped responding so I had to hard boot it.

After these two events SageTV will not record anything. Says "no signal" on any station. it looks like the tuner is being locked (green light is on) - but nothing will record. Not sure where to look but I am attaching my OpenDCT log file. I stopped, started SageTV and OpenDCT ... attempted to record supergirl ... Stopped SageTV and OpenDCT. and am uploading a log file. at 20:58:08.637 is when it starts recording supergirl. Any help appreciated!
Nothing is coming in via UDP. If your server is using DHCP for it's IP address, check the values of sagetv.device.parent.<unique_id>.local_ip_override in opendct.properties and make sure it matches your current server IP address. Unfortunately that feature is not very dynamic and I suspect rebooting your router would have given you a different IP address. I have been working to make the IP addresses less static in future versions.
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Old 03-29-2016, 03:19 PM
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That was it! - And that has gotten me a few times in the past. One of my old routers when you added a port forward rule it would automatically add a dhcp reservation... Seems like they all could do that! in any event I added a reservation for the original IP and rebooted and all is well! Thank you.
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