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Sat, Jun 25, 2022 7:12 PM

reciever network with dtv remote app for business

can i connect all my receivers to a router via cat 6 and control them with an app?

if so will i need internet connection or just wifi to control each receiver from said app?

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detuch254

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@shannon02  they are connected to the internet via either a CCK wirelessly or DECA BB wired.

detuch254

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Yes, you are able to attach all receivers to the router using an Ethernet switch. You use the DIRECTV for BUSINESS application on a tablet to control the TVs. 

You will need an internet connection for this. 

Just curious, what are your current receiver models? I am assuming they are H25s but just wanted to clarify.

detuch254

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@olliep48 sorry for not mentioning that earlier. Yes, you will need something called a DECA BB to connect the H25s to the Internet. 

shannon02

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Since the H25 can't use On Demand since there is no hard drive to buffer it there is no need to connect them to the internet which is why they don't have RJ45 ports, how they are a controlled by the business app is unknown to me. 

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