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Topic # 45275 31-Oct-2009 22:19 Send private message

At present I have a Wireless G Router.

I am interested in the new Tivo box with the wireless option and wondered whether I need to replace my router with a Draft 'N' Router.




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  Reply # 268897 31-Oct-2009 22:22 Send private message

No, because the TiVo wireless is not a N version.




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  Reply # 268898 31-Oct-2009 22:23 Send private message

By the way, moving this topic to the correct TiVo forum.




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