I have the Sling Adapter. DVR is 722KStewart Vernon said:Do you have a Slingbox or the USB Sling adapter? If not, then you will be noble to watch programs from the DVR online.
I will give it a shot. Thank you!tthomps said:Obviously the 722K needs to be attached to a router either through the Ethernet port or wirelessly. I'm assuming this is so.
I have a 722 with a Sling Adapter attached to my router through the ethernet port. I frequently have to reset the connection in the DVR with Menu 6-1-9-2. You may see that you are connected, but do reset anyways. I do this almost every day. The reconnet/refresh at Dishonline does nothing until I do the reset in the DVR.
Hope this helps.
tthomps said:I just visited Dishonline without a reset this morning. As usual, no connection to my DVR. The reset connection is vital for my system to continue to be accessed.
I have AT+T DSL using a 2Wire, Inc. 3801HGV router. The DVR is attached to the router using an ethernet connection. For the other settings, I do not know. I could not find them in the setup. There are settings I cannot get to with a locked down router.Ray [email protected] Network said:What type Internet service do you have, cable or DSL? Is your router UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) enabled and ping allowed except for anonymous ping? These two settings need to be enabled. Please let me know. Thanks.
Why do you have your receiver disconnected? The DVR needs to do nightly updates and get the correct time and guide data off the satellite.nybill38 said:Hi
My apologies if this question has already been asked. I have a 722K with a sling adapter, the receiver is currently disconnected for a few days, does the receiver need the satellite connection to "sling" programming from the DVR...when I try and view online I get the messages "satellite signal lost"
HiMichael P said:Why do you have your receiver disconnected? The DVR needs to do nightly updates and get the correct time and guide data off the satellite.
E* DVR's are not designed to be functional when disconnected from the dish. About the only thing you can do is playback recordings on the hard drive and eventually that function may shut down.