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2 Hoppers, 3 Joeys - 1 Joey ethernet only

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Posted 14 July 2014 - 12:02 PM

This would make sense, because of the DISH Wireless Access Point will be able to talk to all Hoppers and Joeys, on a private network. While, at the same time, be able to obtain, over DHCP, IP addresses from one's home network. Effectively, the AP, as also a bridge.

This feature now works on the regular Joeys as well.

Edited by 3HaloODST, 14 July 2014 - 12:40 PM.

2 Hoppers w/Sling / 2 Hopper 2000s / 1 Joey

1 ViP722k (separate account)

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