03-27-2014 5:41 PM
I am hoping someone can help me with my issue, as I have spent 2 hours on the phone with DTV and no luck. It's no wonder I am turning prematurely grey!
I have the following set up:
Living Rm - HR24-200 and a wireless cinema kit
Bedroom - HR24-100
This configuration has been working great. I can see the playlists on each receiver and also can access the internet or on demand content with no issues.
I have added a R22-100 in my basement and here is where the issue occurs. I cannot connect to the network and cannot see the playlists on the other 2 DVR's. No one at tech support on the phone can seem to figure it out. The closest we have come to a solution is to connect an Ethernet cable directly to the R22 from my router. When we connect the cable directly to the R22 I can then see the playlists from the other machines.
My issue is that I don't want to run a 100 foot cable from the 3rd floor to the basement just for this functionality, and according to tech support I shouldn't have to.
Anyone have any ideas? All help is welcomed and appreciated!! Thanks!!
03-27-2014 5:58 PM
You could also move the wireless cck downstairs providing you have wifi signal
Down there and use a cat 5
Jumper from the cck to the r22
03-27-2014 6:10 PM
Thanks for the quick response!!
is this a Deca? I have one of these but no clue on how to hook it up.
03-27-2014 6:13 PM
That would only connect this R22 to the internet, leaving the other two with no internet access, you still would need a DECA adapter.
03-27-2014 6:13 PM
you can use that, but you will need a SWM 2 way splitter.
03-27-2014 6:22 PM
The problem is that I don't have a Cat5 that will reach it and don't want to run the cable.
03-27-2014 6:23 PM
No, the CCK-W can do one or the other but not both.
03-27-2014 6:24 PM
It would be split one coax into the deca one coax into the r22
Then the cat5 from the deca into the r22
03-27-2014 6:25 PM
Probably just easier for you to get one from dtv just call and
Ask they should ship you one
03-27-2014 6:26 PM
you would need to split the sat cable in two, one leg feeding the receiver along with a BSF, and the other leg to the DECA
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