RickRansom wrote:Perhaps the roku can't detect the connection because it's looking for a new connection. It's like the Roku is asking for another IP but your router is still giving it the old one. From my Cisco router, there is an option to delete a device/connection from the DHCP table. Does your modem/router have the same feature? If yes, try to give it a shot. After removing the player from the DHCP table, power cycle the roku and try again.
ShanMT1999 wrote:@Rick - I do have an option to remove the Roku from the table, but then it will automatically BLOCK it from the network.
Not sure what will happen if I do this... will I then get a new IP, or will this just create yet ANOTHER obstacle to overcome in connecting I wonder
Can a "blocked" device be unblocked, or is this a permanent move???
ShanMT1999 wrote:OKAY - Major UPDATE!!!
I was just able to connect successfully (all three steps and account link/updates) on someone else's nearby unsecured intermittently accessible wifi network.
This means the issue is either with my Router/Modem or something else directly having to do with Comcast, correct?
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