How do I use genie with Ethernet connection?

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  1. inkahauts

    inkahauts Well-Known Member

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    You do not do any port forwarding for mobile dvr anymore.

    What router? If you have a bbdeca I'd try it installing it and not use the hr54 as the bridge and see what happens.
     
  2. RunnerFL

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    I'm well aware of that. He said it can't be done and I know it can. He proved nothing other than he enjoys disputing my posts for sport.
     
  3. JDB30

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    Still haven't been able to resolve this. Runner--can you walk me through it since you've gotten it to work? Maybe the HR54 must remain on? Or can't go into power save mode? Any help is appreciated.
     
  4. peds48

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    I "enjoy" setting the record straight, regardless of the the poster.


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  5. inkahauts

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    Well, then for the record, technically, I can use a client without using the genie as a cck. In fact I'm doing it with one unit now. It's not at all supported but it's absolutely possible. :)
     
  6. peds48

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    not sure what the point is, the built in CCK in the Genie has nothing to do with the clients. They (clients) can connect to the Genie regardless if the Genie is being used as a CCK or not. You can use a Broadband DECA, an external CCK a direct ethernet connection, etc as a connection to the net.
     
  7. RunnerFL

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    But you aren't setting anything straight, you're disputing facts that can be proven.
     
  8. peds48

    peds48 Genius.

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    exactly.


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  9. inkahauts

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    Maybe I wasn't clear. I don't need to connect a client to the coax network the genie is connected to. I can use the Ethernet port on a genie and a deca connected to a client totally separated from the genie and have them bridged/connected by only an Ethernet cable or even wireless router...
     
  10. inkahauts

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    Um, this doesn't even make any sense?
     
  11. peds48

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    yes it does, read his post VERY carefully. It would make sense. Totally.


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  12. peds48

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    not sure how you got here with all this mumbo jumbo stuff. What I was setting the record straight for was the post quoted on top of this post, that statement is completely wrong, even you corrected him, while he took your correction with strides he keeps arguing mine. For reference runner's quote is referring to a genie.


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  13. RunnerFL

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    In his mind it does.
     
  14. RunnerFL

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    The statement is not wrong and I've proven it in my testing. Again, you're arguing against FACTS.
     
  15. peds48

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    then you testing is flawed. Sorry bro.. Can argue with the facts. Genie has both Ethernet and DECA active at the same time. This is different then dual tuners HRs where is one OR the other but never both at the same time.


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  16. peds48

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    because it is. Re-read your statement VERY carefully, you will notice you raised the white flag, because unconsciously you know you are incorrect.


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  17. RunnerFL

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    My testing is not flawed... I'm done with your trolling...
     
  18. peds48

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    if you disagree with the above then there is def a flaw in your test. I am done with your trolling as well.


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