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How to connect xbox360 to dish network?

Hi Gilbert, I will be happy to assist you with connecting the DISH Network reciever to your wireless internet. The receiver can be connected wirelessly through the Home Plug adapter or a USB wireless adapter. (See link below). The receiver cannot be connected to your x-box though. If you hare having difficulity with any of the connections, please e-mail me with your account# or phone# and I can look into the issue furhter for you. Thank you!

Mary Catherine Brady
DISH Internet Response Team
Marycatherine.brady@dishnetwork.com
2:45pm-11:15pm (MST) Tuesday-Saturday

I have the dishnetwork and a netgear wireless router. How do I connect another desktop computer to my wireless?

If your desktop isn't a wireless one, then you'll need what's called a wireless network adapter. It'll be easiest getting one that usb based because it'll pretty much work just like a flash drive. Windows will recognize the hardware and install the drivers for it. After that, you'll just have to select your wireless network name from the list of available networks, and enter your password. If you have a mac desktop, it should be wireless if it's a late model, if not, get an adapter specified for mac. Here is an example of what you need.
http://www.amazon.com/Netgear-WNA1100-802-11n-Wi-Fi-Adapter/dp/B0036R9XRU/ref=sr_1_10?ie=UTF8&qid=1362260564&sr=8-10&keywords=wireless+usb+adapter

What is this Trendnet HPNA Coaxial Network Adapter used for?

It is a cable modem. It has two coax connections because one can go out to your TV or cable box. From what I read it also supports VoIP from the cable provider. You can look at the product page on Trendnet's website here:Mid-Band Coaxial Network Adapter

What are the pros and cons of using a USB wifi adapter?

USB Wireless Adapter Advantages:Your USB wireless adapter will cut short the number of cables on your desk, and that is extremely positive specially if you are using a PC.Mobility: without the need of connecting your PC to a router via cable, you can move around your working space with less restrictions.Technology: USB wireless adapters are rather inexpensive and easy to change, that is an important advantage considering the fact that changing a WiFi card on a laptop is, in most of cases, out of question.Drives and range: Many laptops come with faulty WiFi drivers that constantly drop the connection and present malfunctions after an update, with an independent wifi dongle, you might save a lot of money by not having to buy a new laptop or tablet.USB Wireless Adapter Disadvantages:Being mostly an inexpensive product made of plastic parts and rather small, it won’t be surprising if it brakes or you end up losing it. You can solve this by purchasing a higher end USB wireless adapter.It uses one of your USB ports. If you own a laptop you certainly will not have many USB ports available and most likely you will want to use all of them at some point. The USB dongle will need one as long as you use it. You can buy an USB hub and stop worrying about this.If you are searching for USB Wifi adapter, I would recommendAsus USB-AC68The ASUS USB-AC68 is a dual-band USB Wi-Fi adapter that instantly upgrades your desktop or laptop to the novelist 802.11ac technology with Wi-Fi speeds up to 1300 Mbps (5GHz) and 600 Mbps (2.4GHz).Its 3x4 MIMO antenna design with ASUS AiRadar Beamforming optimize the Wi-Fi reception, and the 3-position antennas and the cradle make it convenient to adjust for the best performance according to your usage- on desktop, on laptop, or on the go!The USB 3.0 interface eliminates the potential bottleneck for your Wi-Fi and ensures the best performance you can get.Source: 5 Best Wireless USB Adapters

Can I connect the Hauppauge WinTV-HVR-950Q to my dish network to watch on my laptop?

This isn't designed for satellite TV, it's for terrestrial and cable transmissions. What you need is either a WinTV Nova-S-USB adapter or better still a WinTV-NovaHD-S2 PCI card, which is what I use.
USB:
http://www.hauppauge.co.uk/site/products/data_novasusb2.html
PCI:
http://www.hauppauge.co.uk/site/products/data_novahds2.html

You can use your adapter at the same time as one of these, both WInTV7 and Windows Media Centre can handle it, plus they'll then allow you to record from one while watching the other. The PCI adapter is better because it supports the S2 satellite transmission standard and HD. These adapters output power for the LNB and can control the signal polarization automatically. They're also very easy to set up and use - just connect the wire from your dish to it and install the software. They also scan automatically for channels so you don't need to do it manually. I'm glad that you got your money back, you did have the wrong adapter. These work very well for me, I don't bother having a TV or video recorder, I just use my PC with one of these and another WinTV adapter for UK terrestrial freeview reception. If you wish you can also buy the WinTV CI adapter (common interface) which gives you a slot to put cards in for paid subscription channels.

The USB adapter does not support S2 transmissions or HD. This means that it'll have some channels missing from it's list. Unfortunately you won't be able to use the PCI card with a laptop. If you have a desktop machine that you can use then get the PCI card because it's picture quality is excellent, particularly in HD.

Can I attach any wireless adapter to the DISH ViP 722 or do I have to use Dish Network's Wireless Adapter?

Probably only their adapter. The reason is their device is not a "PC" and drivers are only written/compiled for the PC CPU/architecture, and source code closed or proprietary, for many retail adapters, and the chipset can change, in an adapter, with no external indication of that to prospective purchasers.

The Echostar OS developers would need source code or technical information to write drivers for their non-PC architecture. Many embedded device manufacturers are in that position, so only support the adapter they manufacture/sell, becasue they are in control of the chip in it.

That all said, any adapter which connects with Ethernet (commony called a bridge), will work, since the device (your DVR), just sees it as a live Ethernet connection.

How do I connect my dish network to wireless internet?

If you mean, how do you connect a DISH Network DBS satellite antenna to receive satellite Internet or Wi-Fi, you can’t.The satellite providing dishNET satellite Internet service may or may not be at the same orbit (Anik F2, Jupiter, and Spaceway are all at different equatorial longitudes), and you have to subscribe to that service to receive access codes.If you’d like to repurpose your DBS antenna as a parabolic Wi-Fi antenna, then you’d be losing your DISH TV service since the antenna would no longer be pointed at the sky. If that’s fine with you, you’d need an impedance converter for the F connector on the dish antenna’s cabling run to connect it to a router or USB adapter.If you can provide more details about your objective, I’d be happy to tell you how to do it.

Dish 722k Sling Adapter not turning on (PLEASE HELP!)?

I just got a new Sling Adapter. My Dish 722k is connected to the internet. when i connected my Sling Adapter , it was working good and well. Right now , my Sling Adapter is not on , the red light is not working. When I was on my iPod Touch (5th Generation) The Dish App, When I put (WATCH LIVE TV ON IPHONE (But I tried it on my iPod and the live TV work, so the saying of IPHONE does not does not effect my IPOD) meanwhile what I am saying... Then my reciever said a message saying (Your Sling Adapter is Connected! Take a few minutes for it to procces) it poppd out of now where! I got excited and I thought it worked but it did not.... But please , give me an answer!

How can I adjust my USB wireless adapter to build a wireless local network without internet?

change the IP and the gateway, use something on a complete different segment than what your router has.