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Mon, Sep 21, 2015 2:30 AM

How do I setup replacement wireless tv box ISB7005

When I setup box it defaults to WPS screen directions. I use a ISB7500 as a main unit and as far as I know acted as the WPA for the wireless ISB7005; it has no WPS button. The system comes in the house through a PACE 3801GHV; which has always had wireless disabled and has no WPS button either. Went into PACE gateway config and enabled wireless and tried WPS button in config menu, but that did not work either.

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@b0y3tt wrote:

When I setup box it defaults to WPS screen directions. I use a ISB7500 as a main unit and as far as I know acted as the WPA for the wireless ISB7005; it has no WPS button. The system comes in the house through a PACE 3801GHV; which has always had wireless disabled and has no WPS button either. Went into PACE gateway config and enabled wireless and tried WPS button in config menu, but that did not work either.


Should have come w/a WAP that would feed the wireless TV directly, not the DVR or RG.  Nothing in the 7500 manual that says it is a WAP for wireless TVs.

 

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3 y ago

I just had a ISB7005 Box from AT&T installed today and I can't keep it behind the TV like I did with Comcast. Ids there an IR Sensor I can get to make it work?

 

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You could buy one of those IR TV remote extenders.  Or if you are brave enough hunt down one of the att "point anywhere" RF remotes (brave enough because it has mixed reviews).  Or get a tv stand, put your tv on it and the receiver under the tv!

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