Originally Posted by thehobster
I've been seeing all kinds of weirdness (some posted in this forum). But now, here's what I'm seeing:
Last night, SDV channels recorded fine. This morning, there was no signal. I reset everything multiple times (power cycle TA, Ceton USB, PC) and still no signal. The diag tool said it could tune channels, but when I went to display them, there was no signal.
I decided to bite the bullet and move the tuner and TA to another PC and see what happens. I first went into network tuners setup and chose to reset to factory. When that was done, I setup 3 tuners on the local machine. I think at some point I did power cycle the TA (Cisco).
Diag tools says all is fine. I can tune SDV channels through the diag tool. I can even view SDV channels in WMC.
I went back to my main WMC PC and configured a single network tuner (since the other 3 are being used by the machine they're connected to). It came up fine. I can tune known SDV channels. The log shows this:
Jan 1 00:55:26 ocur: ocur: octa_LookupChannel:1231 :  Starting TA resolve for channel 1667
Jan 1 00:55:26 ocur: libcetontrif: trif Found channel 1667 in map
Jan 1 00:55:26 ocur: upnp: Event(octa): UDCPMessage, "AgEAHAEACAN4/gaD4iJrCsdZx0TRdj/1OIchyRo+tLg="
Jan 1 00:55:26 ocur: ocur: mux_pid_union:329 :  Adding pid 0x0000
Jan 1 00:55:26 ocur: ocur: mux_pid_union:329 :  Adding pid 0x1ffb
Jan 1 00:55:26 ocur: upnp: [192.168.1.84] Calling Action(octa) SendMessageToUDCP
Jan 1 00:55:26 ocur: ocur: octa_LookupChannel:1271 :  Resolved channel 1667 -> freq 705000, prog 7102, modulation 16
Jan 1 00:55:26 ocur: ocur: cas_hal_TuneChannel:3002 :  Tune to 1667 (mod=q256, freq=705000, program=7102, std=9)
Jan 1 00:55:26 ocur: ocur: mux_SetProgramVariable:1804 :  Program number set to 7102, was 0
You can see the TA resolve is successful.
However, when I go to the device web page and click on Tuning Adapter tab, it says "Waiting for Initialization" and all other values are "Unavailable."
Any idea what would cause this? Clearly the TA is tuning, but the Ceton USB thinks it's not initialized.