I would like to know what colors are your Ethernet ports status LEDs, if you have a 4K receiver hard wired to your home Hub (Mine is a 3000). These are the status LED's on the rear of the device above the RJ45 jack itself, not on the front.
I have two receivers, one is 4K and one is not. After the umpteenth time of going to watch a show that has already been started, only to find that the Fibe receivers were not wirelessly connected to the hub, even though they are feet apart; I decided to hard wire both of them.
Both cables check out fine. I verified them using my AppleTV network test. They both come up flashing green when connected up between the Apple TV and the Home Hub 3000.
When I connect the non 4K receiver to the Home Hub 3000, the status LED's o bother the Home Hub 3000 and the receiver is flashing green. Indicating activity and connection of 100Mbps.
When I connect the 4K receiver to the Home Hub 3000, both flash amber, with intermittent flashes of green. The green indicator is probably every 4 of The amber indicator, so you get a sense of the period.
The scenario is true for both cables. The amber indicator only occurs when connected to the 4K. Usually amber represents only 10Mbps.
I was hoping that others can tell me what their status LEDs are showing?
As a secondary question, going to http://Home
, both receivers show up under the Satellite bubble (not the Ethernet bubble). Looking at the Advanced tab of the My Devices bubble for Fibe TV, they both say Fibe TV WiFi Network, which in itself is odd. The MAC address also never changes, which you would think would as Wifi and hard wired usually have two different Ethernet devices and two different MAC addresses. If yours is hard wired and says something else, I would appreciate to know what yours says as I have no other way to compare with what it should be.
I did try recording 6 shows and that worked fine, but I still have concerns, because as you know things don't go wrong until you go to wat h a TV show after it was supposed to be recording.
P.S. Talking to Bell was, you have Picture?, I can't do anything for you.