UPDATE: For clearer instructions, please visit this article!
My room-mates just upgraded to Shaw’s Broadband 100 plan. Included with it is the requirement that you use a Cisco DPC3825 hybrid modem/router. What they don’t tell you though is that the firmware on this box is yet another case of half-baked Linksys firmware. The box doesn’t allow for DLNA or Bonjour traffic over the LAN. Best of all, the SPI firewall blocks tv.adobe.com for some reason.
A few forums have said that by calling Shaw directly and asking them to escalate the issue you can get them to swap the firmware on the DPC3825 for a “bridged” mode so that you can use a standard router with it and avoid the issues that they don’t mention.
Now, if you don’t have the time or desire to fight your way through bureaucratic hoops, you can always check out the step-by-step guide I’ve put together here.