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thanks away nice guide

Re: Other by floqafloqa, 25 Feb 2013 09:38

thanks,i set it to broadcast one ssid

Re: Other by floqafloqa, 25 Feb 2013 09:37

else not editing what to do

Re: Belkin by floqafloqa, 25 Feb 2013 09:34

why my karma is low

Re: Belkin by floqafloqa, 25 Feb 2013 09:28

how get huge karma and what is karma

Re: Belkin by floqafloqa, 25 Feb 2013 09:26

Thanks in Advance!!

I am the Engineering Director for a company that builds fitness console equipment. Our multimedia consoles receive normal ATSC/NTSC/QAM signals to display TV Video. I would like to add the capability of receiving IPTV as well. So, in a sense, this multimedia console would act like a STB and TV built in it.

As I am diving into this capability, the main question is how does a STB know how to communicate to an IPTV provider?

Now, in the ATSC/NTSC/QAM, it is easy to understand decode the modulation to determine valid channels and the display per that channel when the user selects it.

Any guidance/direction to what I am looking for is great. Any body at AT&T can point me out to their new product development group would also be appreciated.

If you are changing your network setup and you are using a cable modem. You will need to a powercycle on your cable modem. Different modems are power cycled different ways, especially cable modems that have built in Voip. But the basic way to powercycle your cable modem is the following;

1. Disconnect the power cord from you modem

2. Disconnect the coaxial cable and the ethernet cable from your modem

3. Leave the modem's power off for 1 minute

4. Reconnect the coaxial cable first, then reconnect the power. Leave the ethernet unplugged.

5. Allow the modem to regain its connection to your ISP, generally takes 2-3 minutes.

6. Reconnect the ethernet cable.

by CasteelCasteel, 21 Apr 2009 02:08

Had the same issue twice since the end of March to now. D-link also is seeming to be having issues gettin the ports unblocked.

Re: D-Link by SkippSkipp, 08 Apr 2009 22:22
Re: Testing
SkippSkipp 08 Apr 2009 22:19
in discussion General Forums / General Forums » Testing

Trolling!!

Re: Testing by SkippSkipp, 08 Apr 2009 22:19

test this is only a test

Re: Testing by The ProfessionalThe Professional, 19 Mar 2009 14:17
Testing
avila777avila777 16 Mar 2009 16:56
in discussion General Forums / General Forums » Testing

testing

Testing by avila777avila777, 16 Mar 2009 16:56
Re: Test 1
(account deleted) 14 Mar 2009 01:21
in discussion General Forums / General Forums » Test 1

More testing

Re: Test 1 by (account deleted), 14 Mar 2009 01:21

I seem to be finding more and more D-link routers that are blocking port 1755 for some reason. This last week I have had at least 5 calls from people where I could do the port test and every port except 1755 is open. I had them hardwire to the modem and the ports were open.

Re: D-Link by Miracle MaxMiracle Max, 13 Mar 2009 22:20
Re: VOIP Modems
CasteelCasteel 13 Mar 2009 22:14
in discussion General Forums / VOIP » VOIP Modems

Excellent post Nathan!

Very informative and accurate.

Re: VOIP Modems by CasteelCasteel, 13 Mar 2009 22:14
Test 1
skyangelskyangel 13 Mar 2009 22:01
in discussion General Forums / General Forums » Test 1

Test 2

Test 1 by skyangelskyangel, 13 Mar 2009 22:01

Does anyone have any Experience with any AV senders?

Do they work with wireless routers?

Is there any wireless interferance?

Which ones are both cost effective and good quality?

AV Sender by skyangelskyangel, 06 Mar 2009 22:43
caseyb08caseyb08 20 Feb 2009 00:37
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Buffering Questions

Very Useful! Thanks.

by caseyb08caseyb08, 20 Feb 2009 00:37

I'm pretty sure this is an Ambit u10c019 cable gateway.
I helped a customer who had one of these earlier. It was hard to find the model number but Cable RF MAC was printed clearly upon it.

Re: Cable RF MAC Router. by MrNathanMrNathan, 13 Feb 2009 20:35

I worked with a Dual band Trendnet router today. It was a Trendnet TEW-672GR. It was causing the stb to freeze up. Logged into the router settings and set it to broadcast one ssid, Mixed b and g, Channel 9, WEP 64 security. Did the setup on the stb and programming worked great. The guide is located at: Here

Re: Other by The ProfessionalThe Professional, 11 Feb 2009 19:56

Just got off the phone with a customer who had a surround sound system that used a wireless connection for the back speakers. Everytime those speakers were plugged up his box would utarp. Unplug the speakers and his connection with the box is just fine. Be wary of all wireless devices. I would have never guessed the surround sound system was the problem.

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