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Has your TiVo loaded the 4.01b OS? It should have by now, but you should check anyway. Can you ping anything, to see if you are getting out or it's something else. My Mac (G5, 2.5 gig ram) has a "Network Utility" in the utilities folder that has the ping software. You should be able to ping the router. Just use the address that you use for configuring the router. I can ping my Linksys, less than a couple ms. That will tell you if the link to the router is funtioning ok. If that works, then your problem may be how the router is configured. Then try stuff like google. If that fails then the problem is local. Double check the Ethernet configuration on board the Mac. You might try switching out some of the cables and see if the problem follows the cables. You should be able to get to the router in order to set it up for your environment.
Let us know what happens!
P.S. How are you accessing this board?
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