Thank you for the reply. It gave me something to try.
I unplugged the CF wifi card from the M1000 and plugged in a CAT5 cable from the router. This changed the MAC address, but didn't fix the problem
I was able to receive the same stuff, but not other stations like I want unless I added them as presets.
I will probably move on to a Grace or Logitech radio for my desk radio because I do lots of searching. Since we moved the M1001 to my wife's office, she can now listen to her choice of stations while working
These are great radios and I hate to leave for something else. But, I've lived through times were the Roku servers were down and had to use presets. The web site now has a problem when using DHCP internet addresses - it keeps forgetting my Roku's address. I manually set the IP address in both of the radios and that helped.
BTW, we had the Roku box for TV since they came out, and we love using that. Too bad Roku decided to support only that and drop their support for the radios. I saw a Sony box at Costco this weekend that does the same thing as the Roku TV box, so I think they are going to get some real competition real soon.
I like the web control for the Roku radios and will be getting a radio that at least has an iPod control app like the Grace radios. We have a Grace IR2000 in the kitchen and are real pleased with it. The iPod app wasn't very good when it was first released, but after a few updates, it's first rate.
I see that the Squeezebox radios also have an iPod app, and I like how the RadioTime data can be searched. So, I'm also considering a Squeezebox Boom or the portable Squeezbox, we'll see.
If anybody else has any ideas about how to get the M1000 working with the database, I'll give it a try. Otherwise, I'll probably be giving this to somebody in my radio club who can use it.