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ILpt4U
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join:2006-11-12
Lisle, IL
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reply to tr6scott

Re: Wired Ethernet, vs. coax, vs. Wireless.

Were the boxes on Ethernet connecting to the i3812 Outdoor Unit's Ethernet port, or were they connecting to Ethernet ports on the i38?

If they were all connecting to a switch and then onto the i3812 Outdoor Unit, it should work fine on Ethernet

If they were all connecting to the i38 Indoor Unit and then Twisted Pair/HPNA back to the i3812, you will run into the problems you described.


tr6scott

join:2002-03-23
Oxford, MI
You nailed it. Yes, all 3 were connected to the internal to the house, to the i38HG, along with my network infrastructure, through DMZ+ mode and a home built pfsense router.
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tr6scott

join:2002-03-23
Oxford, MI
reply to ILpt4U
Question, I don't use the i38HG wireless, I already have wireless set up in the house. If I ran an enet from the inid to a dedicated switch for the Tv's, do I even need the internal i38HG in the system? The current working solution is the tech ran coax to the dvr box, then gave me two wireless receivers, and plugged in the access point into the i38HG, is still handling two sets.

My internal computer network and wireless connects through pfsense router, so the ip subnets are isolated.
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