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On Sale @ CC Wireless Bridge


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#1 OFFLINE   Kansas Zephyr

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Posted 07 November 2007 - 02:32 PM

http://www.circuitci...roductDetail.do

I picked this up last night. Mention the web price, and they will match it in the store.

If you've got an existing wireless router/AP, this works great as an Ethernet bridge.

I like it because it has 4 Ethernet ports, so I can plug the HR20 and Xbox 360 into one unit.
5 LNB Slimline & SWM-16
SWM1 2 HR20s & HR21 via SWS-4 "green label" 4-way splitter w/power pass one leg for PI - SWM2 2 HR20s & HR21 after SWS-4 "green label" 4-way splitter
2 HR20-700 Wireless network for DoD
HR20-700 eSATA Vantec NexStar CX w/ 2TB WD20EVDS
HR21-100/AM21 Wireless network for DoD
HR21-100/AM21
With diplexed OTA via an "out" on one SWS-4 4-way splitter, using a Winegard YA 1713 - Channel Master 4228 - Channel Master 7777 in the attic.
Yes, my market has HD LiLs...and I'm still not giving up OTA! No rain-fade, and all sub-channels 24/7/365.
Also, with diplexed Cox Internet on one leg, downstream of a SWS-4 4-way splitter, using a SWS-2 2-way splitter, as a combiner.
R10 via SWM-16 Legacy 1
In boxes HR10-250, HDVR2 & (2) D10-300

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#2 OFFLINE   LarryS

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Posted 08 November 2007 - 10:31 AM

Just picked up an Airlink AP431w multipurpose access point at Fry's for $27. Configured as an "AP Client" worked great for hooking up my HR20-700 on my existing wireless network. Runs WPA security fine as well. Didn't like the $80 cost of a Linksys WGA54G and have to downgrade to WEP security as well.
Panasonic plasma 42px60u
Sony STR-DE925
HR-34-700
WET610N Wireless n connected to switch to DECA
AT-9 slimline dish w/SWM lnb
Harmony 880
HR-24-500 HDMI
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#3 OFFLINE   Kansas Zephyr

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Posted 08 November 2007 - 11:53 AM

Didn't like the $80 cost of a Linksys WGA54G and have to downgrade to WEP security as well.

Me too, the one I mention in my OP is also WPA capable.
5 LNB Slimline & SWM-16
SWM1 2 HR20s & HR21 via SWS-4 "green label" 4-way splitter w/power pass one leg for PI - SWM2 2 HR20s & HR21 after SWS-4 "green label" 4-way splitter
2 HR20-700 Wireless network for DoD
HR20-700 eSATA Vantec NexStar CX w/ 2TB WD20EVDS
HR21-100/AM21 Wireless network for DoD
HR21-100/AM21
With diplexed OTA via an "out" on one SWS-4 4-way splitter, using a Winegard YA 1713 - Channel Master 4228 - Channel Master 7777 in the attic.
Yes, my market has HD LiLs...and I'm still not giving up OTA! No rain-fade, and all sub-channels 24/7/365.
Also, with diplexed Cox Internet on one leg, downstream of a SWS-4 4-way splitter, using a SWS-2 2-way splitter, as a combiner.
R10 via SWM-16 Legacy 1
In boxes HR10-250, HDVR2 & (2) D10-300

#4 OFFLINE   DanHo

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Posted 09 November 2007 - 08:47 PM

I originally hooked my hr20 up with a WGA54G, but like you I wanted more ports and I didn't like the idea of downgrading my wireless security. So instead I took my WGA back and picked up a WRT54G and flashed it with the DD-WRT 3rd party firmware. Took me an hour to do it all. Works great, only cost $49.99 and I have 2 more ports I can use.




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