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722 Network Setup Issues

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#1 OFFLINE   99guy


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Posted 07 July 2010 - 08:25 PM

Newbie to dish ..... 722 installed 2 days ago. Been C-band for years .....

My home network, internet link goes like this.

Verizon Cell tethered to desktop (always on) with ICS turned on > desktop has wireless link to house router (Cisco-Linksys E1000) dchp on> router port hardwired to 722.

The 722 sees the router fine, picks up a proper ip # but of course the 722 wants to set it's DNS to the router ip when it needs to be set to the ip of the desktop with ICS (Internet Connection Sharing).

Everything else here, laptops, etc work fine this way, we just manually config and of course just found out I can't do that with the 722.

Any ideas on a work around, perhaps something I could change on my router or ICS desktop config ???


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