Dish Wifi BB Adapter (1 Viewer)

jbrelish

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On Dishnetwork.com they list a Wifi BB adapter for $25.00. Is this a Netgear RangeMax WNDA3100? If it is , is it the WNDA3100v1 which seems to be reviewed as crap(not my words) or the WNDA3100v2 which is reviewed as a good adapter?

Also need an opinion here. I have 2-612 receivers and 1-622. I can either wifi this with something like the above adapters or hard wire this into a router or something . I just bought 500 ft CAT 6 cabling to hard wire 2 desktops. IN rural area so there is no nearby wifi interference. Oh, the internet access is a 4 down-1 up DSL.

Thanks for any info and opinions.
 

Tony S

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The Netgear Model WNDA3100v2 Wi-Fi Broadband Connector is the one that the dish receiver's support.

EDIT: I guess Jim S typed his answer faster than I did.
 

Jhon69

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On Dishnetwork.com they list a Wifi BB adapter for $25.00. Is this a Netgear RangeMax WNDA3100? If it is , is it the WNDA3100v1 which seems to be reviewed as crap(not my words) or the WNDA3100v2 which is reviewed as a good adapter?

Also need an opinion here. I have 2-612 receivers and 1-622. I can either wifi this with something like the above adapters or hard wire this into a router or something . I just bought 500 ft CAT 6 cabling to hard wire 2 desktops. IN rural area so there is no nearby wifi interference. Oh, the internet access is a 4 down-1 up DSL.

Thanks for any info and opinions.


Worked great on my 722k and you can't beat the price!.:D
 

TheKrell

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Wi-Fi BB Connector Is the link without having to log in to your account.

Finally I figured out what "BB" stood for! Didn't know there was a narrow-band wifi adapter... Of course now that I've made up a new name, somebody will find some dongle that does just that. Perhaps it goes to a wifi router with a phone line instead of a WAN port. ;)
 

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