Ethernet port on the STB's

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Ethernet port on the STB's

Is the ethernet port on the STB an inbound or outbound connection? Could I connect a blu ray player to the STB and get updates to the blu ray player? If it won't work, I would have to connect the blu ray player to the router, correct?

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Re: Ethernet port on the STB's

Thanks. It won't be connected to the main DVR. It will be connected to one of the other STB's.
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Accepted by topic author browndk26
‎09-30-2015 1:39 AM

Re: Ethernet port on the STB's


browndk26 wrote:
Thanks. It won't be connected to the main DVR. It will be connected to one of the other STB's.

I'd say go for it. it's how I have 2 of my blu ray players and my PS3 connected to the home network.

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