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#26 OFFLINE   alaskadork


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Posted 18 January 2011 - 11:19 PM

Yes the WHDVR video and audio go over the Ethernet line the way you have it set up without DECA.

Static IP's means you assign a permanent IP address to each receiver. Then your router doesn't assign it dynamically.
If you go into the Setup menu, you can look up the assigned IP addresses. Go to Setup/Network Setup/Advanced Setup.

Let us know what the data shows on each receiver. Don't change anything and don't share the Mac address. Just the 4 lines of info.

IP address for each is:


Do you need to know the subnet mask, default gateway and the DNS? Hey, thanks for your time!!

Edited by alaskadork, 18 January 2011 - 11:28 PM.

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