I finally got the ROKU to work 100%. Thanks for your tips but the unit just decided to start receiving the internet radio stations on its own. I was going thru the Static IP setup procedures again and did several "Restarts" on the Roku M1001. After I re-entered the Wireless WEP password, the unit started to wirelessly access the internet. VERY BIZZARE. I'm happy that everything is working but dumbfounded by the pain involoved in setting up this thing. Almost every procedure I went thru was not documented with the unit and I had to dig thru obscure corners of the internet to find a work-around.
There was practically no documentation on wireless setups and I must have spent 10 hours digging thru Linksys and Roku forums before I coaxed this thing into service. I love the product when it works but good grief!! I bet you have a very large amount of units returned because the customers can't figure out the setup.
95% of the time, the router 'behaves' and properly assigns the IP, subnet, gateway and DNS's, but we occassionally see Netgear, and more frequently Linksys, fail to properly perform DHCP services to the Roku. Roku could certainly shave many hours of frustration and troubleshooting by enhancing and simplifying the static IP assignment procedure, which currently is pretty hairy kludge-fix requiring above-average networking skillz.
Then as it was, then again it will be
An' though the course may change sometimes,
rivers always reach the sea
M1000x2,M2000,Twonky 4.3.3 RC1 beta on LinkStation HGLAN400gig,Buffalo whr-g54s on DD-WRTfirmware-luv'in it!