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question about removing deca from my router


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#26 OFFLINE   iceturkee


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Posted 07 June 2010 - 01:30 PM

There are two flavors of "on Demand" or what is now called "DIRECTV Cinema" .. There is the broadband type which will use your Internet connection (whatever that may be) and the satellite type which is downloaded via the satellite automatically to a reserved area on your receivers. These are available to you automatically without download (but will likely require you to pay for them).

The latter will not affect the amount of bandwidth you are using. The former will. If your WiMax is unlimited, no worries .. If there is a cap on the amount you can download, then you just need to manage that aspect of it as you see fit as you may be charged extra for your Internet activity if downloading movies via on-demand takes you over that cap. The choice is up to you whether that matters or not.

In any event, if you want to be Internet connected, then you just need to attach the broadband DECA Ethernet port into your WiMax connection device if a port is available .. OR .. if it's WiFi only, then any wireless gaming adapter would be sufficient most likely. It would just need to be configured to attach wirelessly to the WiMax device (configured via PC) and then the Broadband DECA Ethernet would plug into the Wireless Gaming Adapter port.

At that point you'd have full functionality to all Internet resources.

the on demand that i use isn't the pay per view movies but the channels with programs that can be downloaded to your dvr or receiver. some programs require payment, others are free.

mostly, what i download are concerta that aired on the 101 but sometimes i download a tv program.

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Posted 07 June 2010 - 01:34 PM

I guess the bottom line is that the broadband DECA (with the power supply) still needs to be set up in your network .. What needs to change is that the DECA needs to connect to your WiMax "router" instead of your existing router.

What's not clear to me is exactly how your wireless setup will be. I'm sure that there are (or will be) third-part vendors that let you just plug in one of the wireless 4G devices and otherwise act just like the current router you have.
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Posted 07 June 2010 - 01:41 PM

What are the make, model, and revision number of your current router? You may be able to set it to bridge and/or wireless client mode, which would connect to Sprint, therefore all devices behind it would be connected to the Internet.

Although it may work this way I think its the other way around and only if the Sprint EvDO unit is actually a combo router/modem unit. In this case if you wanted to use a separate external router you would need to setup the combo unit in bridging mode to disable the routing function and let the ethernet cable connected router behind it handle the routing function to the home network.

But as I said this is only if the Sprint EvDO is a combo device. If it is only a modem though as I suspect the it is setup as Bob describes it above.

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Posted 08 June 2010 - 12:02 PM

i checked this morning and the spring 46 hotspot only has a mini usb port, no ethernet. i did not enable my evo's hot spot because 4g doesn't officially come to daytona until july and right now, i can't talk and use phone as hot spot at the same time.

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