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Topic # 154790 7-Nov-2014 15:43
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Unlike many other people who have posted Re: Ethernet and MySky boxes, I have a Ethernet switch in the back of my home theatre gear, and I can easily run a cable to my MySky+ box.

I know that new functionality is coming shortly, but is there any advantage in running a cable now?

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  Reply # 1170988 7-Nov-2014 16:11
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Probably - unless it is going to be much easier now than later just wait and see.

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  Reply # 1171058 7-Nov-2014 18:24
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nope none at all

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  Reply # 1171204 7-Nov-2014 22:20
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At the same time as enabling Ethernet, didn't they update the EPG ? I don't appear to have gotten notified or received the update.

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  Reply # 1171233 8-Nov-2014 07:01
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no this update was in preparation of them releasing the new services nothing has visibly changed at the moment



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  Reply # 1172488 10-Nov-2014 22:35
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Plugged it in anyway. Now I am ready for anything that comes along.

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  Reply # 1172972 11-Nov-2014 16:56
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Yeah I plugged mine in as well, just for fun.




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