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U-verse router conflicts with bluray built in wi-fi.

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U-verse router conflicts with bluray built in wi-fi.

U-verse router conflicts with bluray built in wi-fi.

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ACE - Expert

Re: U-verse router conflicts with bluray built in wi-fi.

grj4 - You are not able to connect what make/model blue ray to your wi-fi??

If your STB is connected COAX. connect the blue ray to the network jack via cat5. Or, if close to the RG connect cat5.
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Re: U-verse router conflicts with bluray built in wi-fi.


grj4 wrote:

U-verse router conflicts with bluray built in wi-fi.


Can't two have different wi-fi signals in close proximity.  Either have to turn off Blue-Ray wi-fi or Uverse wifi.  Choose which one you want to use and turn off the other.

 

For the Blue-Ray unit consult the Blue-Ray info.

For the RG, go here:

http://192.168.1.254/xslt?PAGE=C_2_1

 

Then Choose Disabled and Save at the bottom, you will need the system password on the side of the RG. Smiley Wink

 

Chris


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Re: U-verse router conflicts with bluray built in wi-fi.

Yes, that solves the problem.  Thanks

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Re: U-verse router conflicts with bluray built in wi-fi.

So, I missed that class. I am used to the devices connecting wi-fi to the internet vis the U-verse modem.

This is a blue-ray that has a wi-fi modem to generate its own network and connects to the U-verse RG via cat5??

People buy stand alone wi-fi due to deficiencies in the RG Wi-fi. what is the advantage of this blue-ray application?? Why does it not just connect to the RG wi-fi like all the others??
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