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Supported Wireless Adapters

Discussion in 'DIRECTV Connected Home' started by DoesItMatter, Apr 19, 2011.

  1. DoesItMatter

    DoesItMatter Cool Member

    Jan 31, 2011
    Anyone have a list of current natively supported Wireless adapters ??

    If no list is available, can someone confirm the Linksys WET610N ??
  2. hilmar2k

    hilmar2k Hall Of Fame

    Mar 18, 2007
    Linksys WGA600N and WET610N

    EDIT: Anticipating barrage of "Wireless won't work for MRV....." posts. ;)
  3. ndole

    ndole Problem Solver

    Aug 26, 2009
    Not that it won't work. It just won't work very well.
  4. Go Beavs

    Go Beavs Hall Of Fame

    Nov 18, 2008
    They work just fine for VOD. Maybe not so much for MRV though. ;)
  5. mobandit

    mobandit Hall Of Fame

    Sep 4, 2007
    I would respectfully submit:

    Not that it won't work, it MAY not work WELL...

    When I had my system first setup it was setup on a wireless network...and it worked well most of the time...however there were times when it didn't work very well, at all.
  6. hilmar2k

    hilmar2k Hall Of Fame

    Mar 18, 2007
    ....and the thread takes the turn I predicted. ;)

    (wireless worked really well for me, by the way)
  7. dennisj00

    dennisj00 Hall Of Fame

    Sep 27, 2007
    Lake Norman, NC
    Wireless also worked well for me. On a 5ghz Wireless N link, I had 4 MRV streams (2 in, 2 out and 2 VOD downloads going simultaneously with no problems. (using a WGA600N bridge)

    I now have all DVRs on the DECA cloud but still use a Wireless N link to it.
  8. BattleZone

    BattleZone Hall Of Fame

    Nov 13, 2007
    The problem with any wireless product is a lack of consistancy, because there is very little that is consistant with radio transmissions.

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