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Created: Feb 5, 2011
jasonshurb Created: Feb. 5, 2011
Yes, unless you have your network completely separated from your television network it should be avoided or you will lose your IPTV network, causing your television to stop working. I completely agree with you turning off your 2wire. That is how mine is set, if it is on it is interfering with the new Linksys wireless network you have set up. The only danger in increasing ...
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jasonshurb Created: Feb. 5, 2011
No, Make sure to use the DHCP on the 2Wire or you will have issues. I have had my share of issues with my very wide arrange of clients on my network. What I have found is that you must leave the DHCP server as the 2Wire unless you COMPLETELY separate your IPTV Television Client boxes from your other hardware that accesses the internet. If you can separate the two you have...
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Created: Feb 2, 2011
jasonshurb Created: Feb. 2, 2011
Right now you can get a very good Cisco Router on Amazon for 49.95: http://www.amazon.com/Advanced-Dual-Band-Wireless-N-Router-Refurbished/dp/B003VY83GU/ref=pd_cp_e_3 It's refurbished, but that's fine. I have the same one and it is refurbished as well. Two great things about this router - it has gigabit Ethernet connections, and it has dual-band wireless. This allows you ...
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Created: Jan 30, 2011
jasonshurb Created: Jan. 30, 2011
Irrelevent since the cables I was recommending have all of the specifications of HDMI 1.4.
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Created: Jan 29, 2011
jasonshurb Created: Jan. 29, 2011
Well interesting I would think the ferrite cores would add weight and add to the drooping effect but if they work for you that's great. The other reason I recommend the other ones to my friends and keep a few on hand if friends need them is due to the new 3D dilemma. With those cables I know for certain they won't have any issues, and they're cheap but look like I'm givin...
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Created: Jan 29, 2011
jasonshurb Created: Jan. 29, 2011
What brand of TV do you have? Also are the HDMI connectors on the sides or on the back? I'm curious, since it took me some time to find those HDMIs on eBay.
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jasonshurb Created: Jan. 29, 2011
I think it really depends on the TV connection which depends on the TV brand. Take a look at the HDMI cable on your TV does it look like the HDMI end is drooping? If so, that's damaging the connector on the TV. I just have found that the Monoprice HDMI plastic ends are just too heavy for my Samsung TV's which have the HDMI connection sticking straight out. I see monoprice...
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jasonshurb Created: Jan. 29, 2011
Don't go for the monoprice cables their connections aren't quite as nice as the ones you will find here: http://shop.ebay.com/i.html?_nkw=hdmi+1.4&_trkparms=65%253A12%257C66%253A2%257C39%253A1%257C72%253A4708&rt=nc&_sticky=1&_trksid=p3286.c0.m14&_sop=10&_sc=1 You will get HDMI 1.4 cable with really nice ends and the 1.4 specification will ensure that you won't have to rep...
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Created: Jan 28, 2011
jasonshurb Created: Jan. 28, 2011
Drop the 2-Wire Wireless. Do what I've done: Turn off the Wireless on the 2 wire Purchase a decent quality wireless router(you'll set it up as an access point) or access point - I recommend the Apple AirPort Extreme due to it's ease of use and strong signal but the new Cisco routers are high quality as well. Plug your new wireless router or access point's WAN port into on...
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jasonshurb Created: Feb. 5, 2011
Yes, unless you have your network completely separated from your television network it should be avoided or you will lose your IPTV network, causing your television to stop working. I completely agree with you turning off your 2wire. That is how mine is set, if it is on it is interfering with the new Linksys wireless network you have set up. The only danger in increasing ...
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