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Created: Feb 26, 2014
ckeough Created: Feb. 26, 2014
Thanks for the response. So can I hardwire the CCK that I know have turned off? I saw a PDF file from Solid Signal about different methods of setting up WHDVR, it talked about logging into the CCK to disable the wireless connectivity. I was not able to login to the CCK per their IP address and instructions. As soon as I power up the CCK, it connects to my router. I can up...
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Created: Feb 18, 2014
ckeough Created: Feb. 18, 2014
After a year and a half, my WHDVR problems have returned. In 12/13, I resolved the DVR's disconnecting from the home network by assigning IP addresses and not using DHCP. For the past 6 months or so, I've had problems with HD-DVR's dropping off the home network. I have 2 HR-24's and 1 H23 using the WH Network. For about 4 months, only 1 specific HR24 would disconnect, but...
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Created: Dec 18, 2012
ckeough Created: Dec. 18, 2012
Greg, I hadn't considered that the addresses would need to be done if the receiver is rebooted, as Peds states. I'm not a network guru, but I'm pretty sure all routers allow you to specfiy an IP address to a device's unique MAC address. My router has addresses .15 through .47 being used for DHCP, so I assigned addresses 50,51 and 52 to my boxes. I have not looked into res...
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Created: Dec 10, 2012
ckeough Created: Dec. 10, 2012
Greg, My setup is still working ok with the static IP addresses. You need to determine what range of IP's your router is assigning via DHCP. If you're not comfortable poking around your router in admin mode, your tech support for you internet provider should be able to tell you or walk you through it. Once you have the IP information and determine what's static addresses ...
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Created: Dec 7, 2012
ckeough Created: Dec. 7, 2012
Greg, As I posted above, I too was having the disconnect problem about every 10 to 20 minutes on all of my receivers. My WHDVR setup had worked for for over a year, so I don't know what caused the problem to begin. Unplugged the Cinema Connection Kit (CCK) and reset all my boxes, this allowed the SWM to assign IP addresses to the receivers. WHDVR worked fine. 2 days ago I...
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Created: Dec 4, 2012
ckeough Created: Dec. 4, 2012
As someone you has also been having trouble with the WHDVR dropping connections, I'd like to possibly switch to a wired setup from the current CCK. I currently have the CCK unplugged to see how the WHDVR worked not connected to my network; previously it was via wireless. Since unplugging the CCK and resetting the receivers, the WHDVR works fine. After 5 days, I'm ready to...
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Created: Nov 27, 2012
ckeough Created: Nov. 27, 2012
Peds, One other question I forgot to ask. There seems to much confusion about using a wired connection to the CCK. I know you can not plug an Ethernet cable to the HR24 directly, but is it ok to direct wire my router to the CCK and do you think it might help with this issue? The network connection utility in the Network Setup screens has "Wired" as an option. TIA, ckeough...
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Created: Nov 27, 2012
ckeough Created: Nov. 27, 2012
Peds, For the 20 minutes or so I watched recordings last night, the non-internet connected solution seems to be working. I did replace my DSL router 2 weeks ago, but I had seen this problem occur before that. I will say that since replacing the router, the dropped connection issue happens more consistently. I'm not aware of any router that would be reassigning IP's as oft...
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Created: Nov 26, 2012
ckeough Created: Nov. 26, 2012
peds, Thanks for posting how to eliminate my router from the WHDVR, I've not been able to find that info on the website and the person I talked to today could not tell me how to in an effort to half split the problem. I've just done this and the WHDVR is working without the Internet connectivity, I'll run like this for a day or two. What is frustrating us on this issue is...
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Created: Nov 26, 2012
ckeough Created: Nov. 26, 2012
In my 1st post, I meant to say I do NOT think the searching for sat msg and the WHDVR connection problems are related.
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Created: Nov 26, 2012
ckeough Created: Nov. 26, 2012
justducky, About 3 or 4 weeks ago, I, too, began to see the same problems. In the last 2 or 3 weeks, it happens about every 5 to 15 minutes of watching a recording. I have (2) HR24's and (1) H23 connected via a CCK with the CCK installed 18 months ago by DTV, all working fine. I don't lose internet connectivity as I can access the "apps" with a right arrow click. I was mi...
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