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? Re deca bb connection to router via wi-fi

Discussion in 'DIRECTV Connected Home' started by HarleyD, Jul 5, 2012.

  1. HarleyD

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    I have an SWM16 coming in the next few days. Once I get my SWiM compatible receivers hooked up to it my next step is going to be getting the necessary 1mr0-01 DECA/MRV adaptors for each box, enabling MRV and creating a DECA cloud between those receivers.

    I do not currently have an available Coax cable anywhere near my router that would allow me to plug the DECA BB adapter directly into my router.

    I currently have a WET610N connected to one of my DVRs that I would not need there any more if I get DECA and have it bridged to the internet.

    My question is, can I connect the ethernet port on the DECA BB adapter to the WET610N to bridge DECA to the internet?

    I am also considering getting an HR34, using its' internal DECA adapter and using the WET610N connected to the ethernet port on the HR34 to bridge to the internet but $400 for the HR34 might not be in the budget right now.
     
  2. bobnielsen

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    A CCK-W is designed for that purpose but what you suggest should also work.
     
  3. The Merg

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    Yup. Your idea should work just fine.

    - Merg
     
  4. HarleyD

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    Thank you. The "just fine" qualifier makes a huge difference. :lol:
     

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