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New DirecTv Service Problems
Posted 26 December 2012 - 10:41 PM
Maybe you can help with my numerous problems.
My 1st problem
Internet is constantly droping .. I have Ethernet right next the hr34 and my 1 other client however it is hooked up to a deka cinema connection kit. this thing when touched or move is horrible. I lose connection the thing is off then I go behind the tv twist the deka and its back on?
Can I not plug Ethernet in the back of the hr34?
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Posted 27 December 2012 - 07:22 AM
TV Models: Mitsubishi WD-65C9, WD-82738 + 3DC-1000 Kit.
TV Provider: Directv (Slimline 5 Dish + World Direct Dish), Cinema Connection Kit (Wired), 2 HR24-500 Receivers
Gaming/Blu-ray: PS3 First Gen (FAT) 60GB, PS4 Launch Edition
Streaming: Roku 2 XS
Audio/DVD: Onkyo HTS-9400THX, Oppo DV-980H
Posted 27 December 2012 - 08:46 AM
Since you have an ethernet wired connection by the HR34 try this.
Remove the CCK.
Connect the ethernet to the back of the HR34.
Reboot the HR34.
If you have other receivers let us know what they are. They may or may not work properly.
Posted 27 December 2012 - 11:49 AM
I have 2 hr24 and I don't use the Ethernet port to connect them. It goes from the coax cable right to the deca adapter then the deca goes thru Ethernet to my router. It works perfectly in both receivers and never gave me a problem
In your case the DECA adapter is the Cinema Connection Kit that bridges the Ethernet of your home network to the coax network of your receivers. Your HR24 receivers have built-in DECA adapters to split the network signal back out from the satellite signal on the coax network.
In the OP's case, he has an HR34. The HR34 can act as bridge between the ethernet network and the coax network. Thus, the OP does not actually need the CCK installed on their network.
Today's problems don't worry me, I haven't solved yesterday's yet.
SlimLine-3 Dish w/ SWM16 (HD Service / WHDVR) / Full Setup
HR34-700 / Panasonic TC-P50G25 HDTV / HDMI / Networked - DECA / Family Room
HR44-700 / Samsung HCM5525W HDTV / Component / Networked - DECA / Bedroom
HR24-100 / Samsung HCM5525W HDTV / Component / Networked - DECA / Bedroom
Posted 27 December 2012 - 03:55 PM
For what it's worth, I have a HR34 with one client. It was installed without a CCK and it works just fine. My router is right next to the HR34 and there's just the one Ethernet cable between them.
Edited by bakers12, 27 December 2012 - 04:01 PM.
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Posted 30 December 2012 - 12:08 AM