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4. Connect the power cables to the video bridge and wireless genie. 5. Call DirecTV to activate the video bridge and wireless genie. You'll need the serial numbers on the two devices. 6. DirecTV will walk you through the setup. It took me about 1 hour to get through the setup. 7. The devices are not recognized by your DVR until they are activated by DirecTV.
· It would be nicer if it would work on 5.8 Ghz wireless A, rather than the already over crowded 2.4Ghz wireless N though. I would happily give up the little range loss to not have yet another device fighting for the 2.4g band in my house.
· DirecTV over ethernet can be done fairly easily, confirmed by a friend on HR54 Genie and by myself on HS17 Genie 2. Yesterday I had a Genie 2 (HS17) installed with two hardwired c61k 4k receivers and one wireless c41w receiver. I also have a barn with a point to point wifi connection that travels down an ethernet cable into a network switch. The connection speed from the house to the …
Product Manual—Wireless Video Bridge Gen2 I. OVERVIEW A. WIRELESS VIDEO BRIDGE The Wireless Video Bridge Gen2 (WVB2) is a second-generation Wireless Video Bridge. It is a direct replacement of the WVB Gen1 and has enhanced networking features. The WVB2 provides the ability to stream DIRECTV programming from a Genie server to the Genie Mini (C41W or
The DIRECTV wireless video bridge router allows for a wireless Genie client to be located anywhere in your home without running coax cable to it. Learn More!
Sends DIRECTV signal to a maximum of three C41Ws or C61Ws Multiple video bridges can be used throughout the home to Zero configuration - when the light turns solid blue, you’re ready to go! Fanless for silent operations Expected range is 50 feet in a normal home (Your range may vary) Requires HR34, HR44 or HR54 to send video to it
· Cord cutting has been in the spotlight for a while now — that is, cancelling your pay-for-TV cable service in favor of streaming. But for some cord cutters, rather than go to video streaming providers, like Sling, Amazon Prime Video, fuboTV, and even DIRECTV NOW, the term means a different thing: switching from cable to a satellite TV subscription — like DIRECTV.