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Created: May 15, 2015
kazz Created: May. 15, 2015
Thank you for the information!
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I had occasion to call DirecTV the other day on a technical programming issue and the person who helped me said I was eligible for a free upgrade. I have a (non-wireless) Genie and 3 HD DVRs in the house so I didn't figure there was much I could do. Then I remembered that one of the DVRs - the least used - has problems taking any input for 10-15 minutes after it turns on....
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Created: May 1, 2014
kazz Created: May. 1, 2014
That's confusing because people are reporting that their other DTV DVR models are recording them correctly.
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kazz Created: May. 1, 2014
In reading this link it seems it works on some DVRs and not others. So it's not an FX thing. I've been recording Fargo but had no idea it was suffering the same issue as Justified. That's very upsetting. Has anyone discovered a true solution or workaround for this? Unfortunately the forum has this question as 'assumed answered'. Would be happy to hear from more people on ...
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Created: Sep 5, 2013
kazz Created: Sep. 5, 2013
The real answer to your question: You can run just ethernet to all of your receivers and have Whole Home (assuming DTV will turn it on and you're willing to pay the $3 per month). I had two receivers connected to ethernet via wireless bridges. All, again was working fine. I was wondering what it would take to convert one or both to DECAs instead of using the wireless brid...
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kazz Created: Sep. 5, 2013
I marked "correct answer" long ago.
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Created: Sep 5, 2013
kazz Created: Sep. 5, 2013
An update here: Apparently the HR34 Genie *DOES* have a CCK coax in it (not wireless). I unplugged one of my ethernet-connected HR23-700s from the ethernet cable and installed a DECA. Voila, it worked! This receiver doesn't get used that much. It's the one I'm going to retire as soon as all of the shows on it have been watched. It used to be where the Genie is now. The et...
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Created: Aug 30, 2013
kazz Created: Aug. 30, 2013
That was one of my original questions. Again, thanks.
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Created: Aug 30, 2013
kazz Created: Aug. 30, 2013
I was asking, not wrongfully posting. But thanks.
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Created: Aug 29, 2013
kazz Created: Aug. 29, 2013
100BaseT is 100Mbit. Gigabit is 1000Mbit. They can easily coexist on the same network. That's the switch's job - the one that's built into most routers, even. There's no issue mixing speeds as long as you have the right equipment. That's all layers beneath what it takes to make DTV's streaming work.
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Created: Aug 29, 2013
kazz Created: Aug. 29, 2013
I didn't mean to hurt anyone's feelings. If you'll read my post I had 3 valid questions. Does anybody use just ethernet? Does DTV support just ethernet? What other equipment and configuration is required to get it all off of ethernet. You folks helped. Again, thanks. I don't want to debate any of it. I just know the networking side and am trying to understand the DTV inte...
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Created: Aug 29, 2013
kazz Created: Aug. 29, 2013
dcd, some clarifications on what you replied: " A BETA system streams all of the programming in the Whole Home system through Ethernet cable via the router. A DECA system streams all programming via a ninth channel in the coax and a router is not required. " The 'beta' system uses an ethernet network to stream from receiver to receiver. No 'router' is required. A switch (...
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