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Topic # 85419 18-Jun-2011 14:20
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I've got a Vodafone HG556a wireless modem, and airplaying from my iPad to AppleTV has stopped working

Does anyone know if there are some settings I need to change on it or something? Thanks!

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  Reply # 482695 18-Jun-2011 22:28
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Will be the same issue I had, I gave up :-)

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  Reply # 482722 19-Jun-2011 08:21
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I'm sure it would be something basic, I only have the Voda hu single port adsl modem. I had a linksys wireless router and had no issues at all with the apple tv. I have a app tv Ver 2 wired to my router and a iPad Ver 1 and connects every time. Make you app tv is set to dhcp etc all on same network workgroup name etc. Same iTunes acc. there is network tests in app tv 2 you can test To be honest I now have an airport extreme and all the apple kit just works so much better together. Personally works really well watching a YouTube vid on a iPad and can flick it over to my HD tv.

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  Reply # 489692 5-Jul-2011 15:26
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Same issue here I have just unplugged my Voda modem and reverted back to the Belkin modem and all the issues have gone away.

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