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MRV - What killed it for my family


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#41 OFFLINE   joed32

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Posted 24 May 2010 - 03:29 PM

What killed it for me was when I turned on MRV/Multi-Room-Viewing/Whole-Home DVR Service I saw how it bogged down the playlist. Then I turned it off. Did not even give it a chance.

Maybe it is because I was using the second port on the DVR, the one you are not supposed to use for anything (why is it there?). The HR22 and R22 boxes are located side by side so i connected them using the secondary ethernet port, or maybe it was because I was not using DECA. But i am sure all my coax cable will not pass and it will need to be rewired...

All those who have been running the beta on Ethernet need to have DECA installed? After the Ethernet setup was working for months??

I have the pretend HD box (R22) so I am not allowed to have the functionality...

It will be interesting how the roll-out goes. Installing connected home is way more technical than 'old installs'...


Just replace the R22 with an H21 or better and you can still run it without DECA. $3 a month ain't bad.

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