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Ethernet cable is the easiest way. If you can, run a cable from your router to the DVR. This may require buying an extra long cable. Once you make the connections, just restart the router and DVR in that order, your IP info should show up on the broadband set-up page, found in the DVR menu. If your router requires a password to access the network you will have to enter that into the DVR settings after the connection is set up.
If running a long ethernet cable is not practical you may find it useful to try a Home Plug device. Just follow the manufacture's instructions. Alternately, a USB wireless device that plugs into your DVR can be used. You will need your wireless security info to complete the connection.
Posted on Oct 14, 2013
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