On the 9242/9241 it allows access to the receiver via the internet.
If you have a 9241/2 it allows you remote access by computer, Iphone/pad app. etc. to see your PVR recordings. You can delete, start and even change channels. The app also comes with a software remote.i see my receiver has a ethernet port. What are the benefits of this?
I have never heard of Bell sending any kind of firmware updates via the Internet, they all come down from the satellite.It allows you to do firmware updates when the manufacturer makes them available. I have a Yamaha 3900 and have updated the firmware about 4 times since I bought it, and OPPO 83 has been updated a few times as well. These firmware can be issued to fix problems or allow to add new features (in the case of my OPPO blu-ray player.
This does not apply to Bell Satellite TV receivers.I have a Yamaha 3900 and have updated the firmware about 4 times since I bought it, and OPPO 83 has been updated a few times as well.
That depends on the model. Could you provide more information? Depending on the model, there are currently two possible uses. One is to provide remote recording capabilities. The other is to replace the telephone connection for PPV and location reporting.i see my receiver has a ethernet port. What are the benefits of this?
so what can i do with a enthernet port on a 6131