Hi. I'm not sure if my problem is unique to other posts about pairing
Ignite, I did read a few and couldn't see it. I just got converted from
digital to the Ignite bundle yesterday, a professional install where he
did the pairing. There's a lot to ab...
Perhaps I haven't figured out Forum properly, however I find myself
bouncing around from one board to another to get partial
answers/conflicting answers/far too technical answers to understand for
the 'average' person (extremely frustrating). This is...
I went to watch a favorite program and the channel no longer exists! It
shows up on the zap2it tv guide, but not on the TV guide online. No
announcement about deleting the channel on my bill, nothing I can find
online. I hope this is a temporary prob...
@57 and @-G- Thank you so much for your replies, they brought everything
into focus and pointed to solutions. Its definitely a handshake problem
as mentioned. I don't know what I did when fiddling around to fix this
last night, or perhaps the Ignite ...
@-G- Thanks, excellent info. So could one expect to get about the same
speed with a 150 Mb/s service using the existing pod, vs. a closer
distance wifi alone from the modem, or using an ethernet connection?
Friends with the 150 service without a pod ...
@Bplayer; @Bplayer wrote:such as Ignite Pods which extends the wifi
range but are slow (but are free).Interesting comment and it raised a
question. Is there any information anywhere quantifying how much slower?
Its important to decide whether to use ...
@RogersYasmine Thank you, almost "there", for me to get it..... So once
pods are installed, there is never a need to use a smartphone, correct?
And; As 66% of seniors like myself don't own smartphones, a self install
of Ignite, IF that turns out to r...
Re: My message # 8 above, as I suspect one or more wifi pods will be
installed, does this eliminate getting Ignite if one doesn't have a
smartphone? It would be a professional installation where the pods are
activated initially by the installer. My o...