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Created: Apr 25, 2013
jpu0822 Created: Apr. 25, 2013
I would have to agree with him on this one. That would be the easiest way to connect your Roku. If there isn't a STB fed on coax near that TV the next easiest option would probably be to purchase powerline network adapters and use those instead.
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jpu0822 Created: Apr. 25, 2013
No a second 3801 won't help nor would it be possible for a second one to connect on the same vdsl line. You can use the i38hg on a 3801 but they don't operate the same as they do on an INID. On an INID the i38hg used the phone and HPNA over twisted pair to communicate. That is why is is possible for them to communicate using the same phone line. If you do use a i38hg to e...
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