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2017-05-29 08:18 PM
MCIBUS Perfect,
Thanks Bev Fan. You just saved me a lot of worries that I needed to call Bell to set it up. Thanks again friend.
2017-05-29 08:10 PM
bev fan Yes you can plug in one device to each outlet. No need to configure anything.
2017-05-29 07:07 PM
MCIBUS
Fibe internet Ethernet Conextion set up?

I presently have my computer hooked up to via Ethernet to my Fibe Hub 2000 modem. I've noticed there are 4 Ethernet connections(on Fibe Hub 2000), the computer is hooked up to one of those outlets. Can I add a seconds Ethernet connection , lets say a Android/Apple TV box via Ethernet(don't want to use Wireless), do I need to reconfigure the Hub 2000 or can I just plug in the Apple TV box via Ethernet from the box to the Hub 2000 and that's it?

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