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For three Hoppers, you'll need a two DPP44s (or a DPP44 and a DPP33,) a Duo Node, and a Solo Node. I have a diagram available if you need it.
NDEB here. It's just different hardware revisions. Software is still the same.
S506 is nothing new.
This feature now works on the regular Joeys as well.
Yup they fixed that about a month or so ago. They probably found the bug when writing the software for the Wireless Joey.
Dish, and possibly other places online.
The Hopper remote antenna uses an M10 connector. There are M10 extension kits but I haven't found anything that converts the standard F-connector...
Makes sense, since Ethernet/WiFi are not officially supported on the Joey. I'm just glad 99% of the functionality is there and that it works as...
The 32.0 remote does not work on the 722k.
Yes. I had my Joey on WiFi before I put it on Ethernet. Same issue as Ethernet Joey. The sharing menu only shows up on MoCA. Not a huge deal...
Well it was 10+7+7+7+7= $38 but now it's 12+12+12+12+7-5-5-5=$40 for the next 18 months then it will be 12+12+12+12+7=$55.
The MoCA-connected devices grab an IP directly from the router's DHCP server. So the Hopper acts more like a switch than a bridge.