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DVR Internet Connection

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#21 OFFLINE   veryoldschool


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Posted 05 December 2011 - 07:24 PM

Let's just go ahead and do this. How do you want to arrange this?


I would suggest using the PM feature here [left click on the member's user name] instead of this thread.

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#22 OFFLINE   jimlenz



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Posted 05 December 2011 - 07:42 PM

I would suggest using the PM feature here [left click on the member's user name] instead of this thread.

I deleted the message and will do that.

#23 OFFLINE   sdirv



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Posted 05 December 2011 - 09:14 PM

I do have one additional question on MRV

I will have the hr 34, 3 hr 20 and 1 hr 22. I will have a swim 16 installed and 4 deca's. I also see others talking about BBDECA, not exactly sure what that is or if it is needed for my configuration? Also, we have been talking about the CCK, which I will get.

So my question is is there anything else I will need to get this connected?



Broad Band Deca adapter.....I plug my wireless game adapter into it to introduce "internet" into my Whole Home System.

I was using the Gaming adapter on a single DVR and sharing it with a PS3. Once I went Whole Home I tried sharing the game adapter with the whole home system and the PS3 with a switch, but seemed like my router kept "losing track" of the whole home system (or vice versa).

Now that I see I can get the wireless Cinema Connection Kit for $25 (plus shipping), I may just do that and move the game adapter over so it's only feeding the PS3. After seeing the spec sheet on the CCK, I don't know if I'll need a BBDECA adapter, but who knows. Seems like the PS3 does just fine with it's own wireless streaming HD Netflix content.

DirecTV's website has very little info on the CCK, but Solid Signal has it (for $99) and it's manuals online.

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