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How many HRs on MRV + Ethernet

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#41 OFFLINE   webcrawlr


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Posted 16 May 2010 - 07:25 PM

If you have more than one DVR, it can be easy to get them mixed up.
In the early days it was one stream in or out and couldn't do one each way, but that has been resolved so it's one in and one out now.
If you use DirecTV2PC, it doesn't change the total count, so the DVR will feed either it or another client, while the DVR can still MRV from another DVR [staying within the one in & one out limit].
If you've started streaming to one client, another client will see a red circle with a white - in the center, in the playlist, to show the DVR's recording aren't available at the time.

You were 100% correct. I went back and sure enough it was two dvrs connected to a switch in the media room which in turn went back to the "core". Old setup which isn't how it is today. I also went and tested the scenario you just described and sure enough. 2 streams, no more. If you try it basically tells you no.. :)

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