Question about Fortec Star Lifetime ULTRA
Hi, you need to connect to the router using an ethernet cable, and not in wireless mode.
If you are using wireless, that can be the cause of the problem.
Disable all firewalls on the computer you are using. Also firewalls can block the network.
If it still does not work it Depends on Fortec, in some way they are cutting you out from the network. Ensure that you are entitled to download codes, it looks like their server is cutting out your IP right after you connect to the network.
First ensure that you are entitled to download codes if you are not this can be normal, after a while they can spot and block an IP. Give them a call to ensure it is not that your IP had been blocked.
If your account is fine, try updating receiver firmware.
Here is the download page
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
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