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DIRECTV Broadband DECA Ethernet to Coax Adapter (DECABB1MR0) Generation I

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  • Brand New Directv Mrv Dtv Swm on Demand Decabb1mr0-01 Deca Adapter Internet Broadband
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  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004HAOWLW
  • Item model number: DECABB1MR0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Brand New Directv Mrv Dtv Swm on Demand Decabb1mr0-01 Deca Adapter Internet Broadband

Customer Reviews

As usual, Amazons return policy and customer service is the best and the item is going back.
RJT
I was able to pump internet to my TV without having to drop ethernet lines and just use my existing coax.
The_Terminator
Then internet and whole house DVR service works like a charm, can do VOD and watch youtube on the DVR!
Frank Shepherd

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By TJD on December 24, 2011
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This device works well but you need a splitter and some regular cable/satellite cables to get it to work!
1. You need a satellite/cable splitter. The one I used was a 2 way satellite digital cable splitter 5mhz-2.3Ghz. I got this at Lowe's. (Not the cheap little RCA splitter). The cost was $7.
2. Attach the cable from the satellite dish into the "IN" on the splitter.
3. Attach a cable from one "out" to either the white Deca network adapter (if you have an older Directv Dvr) or into the sat in connection on the newer DVRs.
4. Attach a cable from the other "out" to the black Deca broadband adapter.(the one on this page)
5.Attach an ethernet cable to the ethernet port on the Deca broadband adapter.
6. Attach the other end of the ethernet cable to a port on your internet router.
7. Attach the power cord to the deca broadband adapter.

This is all I had to do. I did not need to reset anything or mess with the Whole home settings. I now have video on demand and also the DIrectTV ipad app works for me now!
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By The_Terminator on May 23, 2012
I DON'T HAVE DIRECT TV but instead used this as an ethernet coax bridge, a MOCA adapter (Multimedia Over Coax Alliance). Though technically this is slightly different than a MOCA adapter because of the frequency range is specific to Direct TV video signal, the result is still the same. I was able to pump internet to my TV without having to drop ethernet lines and just use my existing coax.

I cut my cable a few months back and only using streaming video services. My wifi was all right, but I figured I would take advantage of those built in coax cables. When I researched different MOCA adapters they all seemed to not be manufactured any more or just cost more than I was willing to pay. Most of the ones I researched were at least $75 for just 1, and of course you need at least 2. I isolated my existing coax lines to make the bridge, so they were not connected to the outside coax. The line was independent of the other coax lines in my house, no splitters in between. In essence, the installed coax lines act just link a long ethernet cable with these adapters. So if you repurpose these adapters for as an ethernet bridge, you'll probably have trace some coax lines to see where they start and end, maybe have to get some coax barrels as well.

There are no throughputs on the device so you won't be able to run a TV signal AND an internet signal at the same time. The more expensive MOCA adapters have this if you are looking for that feature. I've only used 2 of these to create the bridge, so I'm not sure how 3 or more would be set up, or if it's possible to do that.

If you're a cable cutter like me, this particular type of setup might be good to optimize your existing coax cable
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Mageos on June 19, 2012
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First, let me state this is not supported by DirecTV the way I am using it.

Here is what I needed. I have my broadband connection in my office to ensure best connection for work. I have an old XBOX 360 by my TV in the living room. The old XBOX cannot connect via WIFI without a costly adapter. I also have a bluray player that only has an ethernet port on the same TV. I wanted a way to get the internet that my DirecTV receiver was using for my XBOX and my Bluray player.

I bought this and attached it to a splitter before my DirecTV box and plugged a cheap Ethernet hub and BOOM! I have internet at my XBox and my Bluray player.

If you have a reasonable level of technical knowledge and are OK doing something somewhat unsupported by DirecTV then this is a great alternative to a WIFI bridge or a bunch of WIFI adapters. There is no configuration, you just plug it in and it works!

I did some research and DECA has more than enough bandwidth to handle the whole home DVR service and the XBox live bandwidth. I have not had any problems and actually just order another for my other TV. I have a PS3 that gets terrible WIFI reception at my other TV.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Kathleen M. McFadden on October 9, 2013
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I used two of these devices to get internet to a computer in a remote part of my house using an coax cable. Device is not advertised to do this, but it totally works. You need one of these guys at each end of the coax, and an ethernet connection. I'm getting full speed too.
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12 of 16 people found the following review helpful By O. Franklin on August 4, 2011
It should be noted that Directv is now advertising their Connected Home, or whatever, that connects your HD receiver to the internet directly from a wireless signal. I am not sure how much this costs. The adapter here can connect your HD DVR to a wired internet router or modem. My receiver is not near my router or modem and cabling wasn't an option so I also purchased a ZyXEL WAP3205 Wireless N access point, Ethernet client, and universal repeater for $39.99 online on Amazon as well. If you need to get your wireless signal to the receiver this is a good choice although set up would be impossible if it weren't for some helpful instructions in the review section.

Back to the DECA adapter. Once I had the wireless signal near my receiver, I unplugged all my receivers. From the green splitter, the powered line (the one with the 'line' going from in to out, needs to go into your DECA adapter. The other line can go to your receiver. If you have multiple receivers hooked up the same line (normally not the way it should be installed but that is how my house is wired, then you can use a regular splitter after that. Doesn't seem to affect picture quality). Plug in the Ethernet cable from the router/modem, then the power cord and you should get all three green lights lit within 30 seconds. One may blink until you power on the receivers. Which is your next step.

You would think you are done right? Wrong. Directv does not offer accurate instruction on how to setup your receiver to accept the internet connection.

From the Menu, choose Parental, FAV, Setup then Setup then Network Setup (or Connections).

Next you may have a Connect Now option. If so choose this. Otherwise choose Advanced Setup, then Connect Now.
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