Greetings! I hate to start with a problem, but here it goes - maybe someone here has seen it and can help me. Last night I got home from work and couldn't access my Tablo via my Roku. I've worked in IT for many years now and can troubleshoot, so I did the basics - tried from one of my other Roku's (I have a 2, 3 and Roku 4) in a different room, tried multiple browsers on the laptop, tried my Android phone - nothing. I power cycled and reset several times and still nothing. I can see the device is getting an IP address (I have a DHCP reservation). I tried accessing on ports 80 and 443 and just get a screen that says "Nuvyyo Tablo Server". So I opened a case with Tablo's support late last night (not sure where they are, but they are 3 time zones east of me judging by the reply time stamp) and got a reply back today...Friday...at 4:11PM their time with instructions for putting the device into "remote access mode". An hour later I was home, had it in remote access mode and replied to the email letting them know I was ready. A few minutes after that I got another email saying great, thanks...an engineer will look at it Monday. Monday? Really?! They contact me at the end of their day and tell me I need to go at least 3-1/2 days without TV?! I must say this is disappointing. I have been a big cord-cutting proponent to my friends, family and coworkers and now I'm second guessing it myself. Has anyone out there run into anything like this? Now that it is in remote access mode, I ran a quick port scan (just 1-1000) and found 23, 80, and 443 open. Anyone have telnet credentials or any other tricks? I just want to make this thing function so I can watch the tube a little this weekend! For a little more background, the Tablo is hard wired my router and is sitting on top of a USB laptop cooling fan powered by the empty USB port on the back. Thanks in advance!