I have the Asus RT-N66U running Shibby firmware
I have the Tablo 4 tuner tuner with a WD 1TB WD Elements Portable USB 3.0 Hard Drive Storage (WDBUZG0010BBK-EESN)
I have the router connected to the NETGEAR ProSAFE GS116NA 16-Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch (GS116NA)
The Tablo is also connected to the same switch
Using Cat6 cables
I use a baytech RPC-3 PDU so that I can remotely control the outlets and reboot the tablo whenever it goes down.
It went down again today at 9:30am, right as a show is scheduled to start recording.
I have 984.34gig's free on the WD drive
The temperature of the ambient air where all the equipment is is 79F
Tablo is running 2.2.13 version
I have the tablo hooked up to an antenna that runs into my attic (GE 33692 Attic Mount HD Antenna - Long Range - Compact Design with Mount for VHF / UHF Channels - 60 Mile Range). It is connected to RG6 quad shielded cable.
I use an 8-Port Bi-Directional Cable TV HDTV Amplifier Splitter Signal Booster with Passive Return (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000WDR94U/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1) which is what I use to send the antenna to the Tablo and to the other tv's directly in my house for when the Tablo goes down so I can switch over to the ATSC tuners in my TV.
I've bypassed this amplifier and just hooked up a simple antenna right to the back of the tablo, and still have the same instability.
Every reply I get back from Support, once they log into my Tablo is that the issue was caused by firmware. Every message after I replaced the hard drive and the tablo itself. They claimed some of the earlier outages were due to the hard drive. I tried 3 separate hard drive, all that were listed in the "forum" as working with Tablo. Ultimately I bought the one support told me to buy, and even though the tablo still goes offline the same as before, Support says the logs say that the issue isn't with the hard drive anymore, its firmware bugs.
What else can I provide that may help get to the bottom of this?