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01-23-2013 06:44 PM #19
everything in this thread is pretty much correct as has been mentioned but is stitched together to were it is pretty confusing, plugging ethernet directly into the ports will work but is not supported by directv, even if a router or port is available right next to receiver as a installer you are still suppose to use a BBDeca ( not saying a well informed cust browsing these forums couldnt unplug it and plug it in themselves after the installer leaves (this is for the HR34 and the unsupported version as mentioned here) ) but also most installers get paid extra for hooking up the BBDeca, if they would just plug the ethernet cable straight from the router to the HR34 they wouldnt be getting paid the extra for installing the BBDeca. Hope this sheds some light on why the BBDeca is there even when right next to a router
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01-24-2013 11:50 AM #20SatelliteGuys Regular
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purpose of coax/ethernet connected home adapter?
I have yet to run out and get a terminator for the splitter so I haven't done this yet. I'd rather not introduce noise with an open port on the splitter
01-24-2013 12:16 PM #21
Great job guys!