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Gurus SATELITE RECIEVER TIPS & TRICKS
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How You Can  Get the Internet Through a Satellite Dish.

Although DSL and wireless are most often thought of as the go-to formats for connecting to the Internet, it is possible to access the Web through a satellite dish connection. A satellite dish connection works in the same way as a use the dish to obtain television programming and some companies even provide both television and Internet service through the same dish.

Things You'll Need:

  • Satellite receiver
  • Coaxial cable
  • Satellite modem
  • Ethernet cable
Contact your satellite provider to see if they offer satellite Internet service. Arrange for a date and time frame to install the Internet satellite

Take the coaxial cable running from the satellite dish (after the satellite technician installs the hardware) and connect it into the "In" port on the satellite modem.

Insert an Ethernet cable into one of the "Out" ports on the back side of the modem. Plug the opposite end of the cable into the "WAN" port on your computer.


Power on your computer and the cable modem. Alongside the satellite modem is a URL address. This address is used to activate the modem. Launch the Internet browser on the computer and type in the complete URL.

Check off that you are using the modem in conjunction with a satellite dish, then select if you are using it with a wireless router (you can change these settings in the future if you ever decide to add wireless to the system). Click "Save" and you are ready to begin using your satellite Internet service.


How TO Install An Internet Satellite Dish


You can hook up your DirecTV satellite without the help of an installation crew.
Satellite Internet is broadcast throughout the world.
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An Internet satellite dish is for satellite Internet, which is broadcast by satellites and captured by companies that send the signal out by antennas. In order to install your satellite Internet system, you must first install your actual satellite Internet dish receiver. This is a process which is usually undertaken by professionals, but you can do it as well, as long as you follow the specific directions sent by your Internet company.

Instructions

  1. Place your satellite dish on the top of your home, either on the roof or on the outside wall of your home. Screw it into place using the connecting materials that came with the dish. Each dish is different, so it needs to be connected to your home securely, in the manner outlined in the directions.

  2. Point the satellite dish in the direction of the internet signal. Often, satellite Internet is caught from the satellites by a company, and then broadcast by an antenna to the users. Therefore, you'll need to point the dish in the direction specified by your Internet Service Provider. Call it and ask where to point the dish in order to get the Internet signal.

  3. Connect the wires on the dish to the modem in your home. Install this according to the directions for your particular dish and your particular modem. Then connect the modem to a router and turn both on. If the router is wired, use Ethernet cables to connect it to your computers.






How to Install a DirecTV Internet Dish


Getting your Internet up and running helps you get your life back on track.
Getting your Internet up and running helps you get your life back on track.
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DirecTV is a satellite television company. It also offers, in some markets, satellite internet. When you have either the satellite television or the satellite Internet, you need to have a dish installed on the top of your home. The dish receives the signal and allows your television and Internet to work correctly. Usually, a technician installs the dish. But, if you want to do it on your own, you can with the right information.


Instructions

  1. Call DirecTV and make sure you are signed up for service in your location. You can't just bring your dish from your old home and attach it to your new one. You must sign up for service in your location or transfer your service to your new location.

  2. Find out what direction the nearest antenna is from your home. The DirecTV antenna captures the satellite image, and then sends this image to your dish. The location of the antenna varies depending on your location, the market and the area you are in. Call 800-DirecTV or look at the DirecTV online site to determine where the nearest antenna is.

  3. Attach the dish to your roof or the outside wall of your home. Make sure it has the clearest view possible of the antenna.

  4. Attach the wires from the satellite dish to your DirecTV receiver.

  5. Plug your modem into your receiver. This requires advanced knowledge of your modem and your particular receiver. Call DirecTV or request a setup manual, because depending on your particular setup, you will need to plug in your modem in a different way than other people might.




How to Hook Up DirecTV Satellites

You can hook up your DirecTV satellite without the help of an installation crew.
You can hook up your DirecTV satellite without the help of an installation crew.
satellite dish image by Cornelia Pithart from Fotolia.com
A DirecTV satellite dish can be assembled without the assistance of a DirecTV technician. Each DirecTV package contains an instruction guide for proper installation, and the process is similar to that for other satellite hookups. If you have experience with television hookups or other satellite systems, the DirecTV satellite dish hookup should not be a problem

Things You'll Need:

  • Direct TV satellite dish
  • RG-6 coaxial cable
  • Spacer
  • Bolts
  • Screwdriver
  • Holders
  • Drill
  • Sealant

The RG-6 coaxial cable should at least be 112 feet long.

Instructions

Install a spacer on the spot where you'll be mounting the satellite dish. The spacer will hold the mounting foot of the dish. Mount your DirecTV satellite in the proper position.

  • 2

    Level the satellite dish. The dish must be properly leveled to accurately receive satellite signals. Use the leveler to see how well-balanced the dish is. At this point, the dish is ready to be connected to your television.

  • Level the satellite dish. The dish must be properly leveled to accurately receive satellite signals. Use the leveler to see how well-balanced the dish is. At this point, the dish is ready to be connected to your television

    Work the RG-6 coaxial cable through the satellite dish. The mounted pole of the satellite dish should have a section where you can bring the RG-6 coaxial cable up through the opening and through the top of the mounting pole. This helps the cable stay connected to the dish.

  • 4

    Lay out the cable through your property. You may want the wire to go underneath the ground, alongside your house or within your house. For each scenario, you will need to outline a cable route that reaches your television.

  • 5

    Drill a small hole leading into your home. The RG-6 coaxial cable is brought through the hole and will lead to your television.

  • 6

    Lay out the cable along your designed route. Place or screw holders along the cable. Holders will tightly grip the cable across your house or within your house. If you're running the cable through the ground, make sure the cable is tightly buried.

  • 7

    Seal the sides around the cable with a sealant.

  • 8

    Bring the cable to the DirecTV cable box. Find the jack with the words "Satellite Jack In." Connect the cable into this jack. Your DirecTV satellite is now hooked up.

  • Lay out the cable through your property. You may want the wire to go underneath the ground, alongside your house or within your house. For each scenario, you will need to outline a cable route that reaches your television.

    Drill a small hole leading into your home. The RG-6 coaxial cable is brought through the hole and will lead to your television.

    Lay out the cable along your designed route. Place or screw holders along the cable. Holders will tightly grip the cable across your house or within your house. If you're running the cable through the ground, make sure the cable is tightly buried.

    Seal the sides around the cable with a sealant.

    Bring the cable to the DirecTV cable box. Find the jack with the words "Satellite Jack In." Connect the cable into this jack. Your DirecTV satellite is now hooked up.









  • 4

    Lay out the cable through your property. You may want the wire to go underneath the ground, alongside your house or within your house. For each scenario, you will need to outline a cable route that reaches your television.

  • 5

    Drill a small hole leading into your home. The RG-6 coaxial cable is brought through the hole and will lead to your television.

  • 6

    Lay out the cable along your designed route. Place or screw holders along the cable. Holders will tightly grip the cable across your house or within your house. If you're running the cable through the ground, make sure the cable is tightly buried.

  • 7

    Seal the sides around the cable with a sealant.

  • 8

    Bring the cable to the DirecTV cable box. Find the jack with the words "Satellite Jack In." Connect the cable into this jack. Your DirecTV satellite is now hooked up.

  • 4

    Lay out the cable through your property. You may want the wire to go underneath the ground, alongside your house or within your house. For each scenario, you will need to outline a cable route that reaches your television.

  • 5

    Drill a small hole leading into your home. The RG-6 coaxial cable is brought through the hole and will lead to your television.

  • 6

    Lay out the cable along your designed route. Place or screw holders along the cable. Holders will tightly grip the cable across your house or within your house. If you're running the cable through the ground, make sure the cable is tightly buried.

  • 7

    Seal the sides around the cable with a sealant.

  • 8

    Bring the cable to the DirecTV cable box. Find the jack with the words "Satellite Jack In." Connect the cable into this jack. Your DirecTV satellite is now hooked up.

  • 2

    Take the coaxial cable running from the satellite dish (after the satellite technician installs the hardware) and connect it into the "In" port on the satellite modem.

  • 3

    Insert an Ethernet cable into one of the "Out" ports on the back side of the modem. Plug the opposite end of the cable into the "WAN" port on your computer.

  • 4

    Power on your computer and the cable modem. Alongside the satellite modem is a URL address. This address is used to activate the modem. Launch the Internet browser on the computer and type in the complete URL.

  • 5

    Check off that you are using the modem in conjunction with a satellite dish, then select if you are using it with a wireless router (you can change these settings in the future if you ever decide to add wireless to the system). Click "Save" and you are ready to begin using your satellite Internet service.

  • 3

    Insert an Ethernet cable into one of the "Out" ports on the back side of the modem. Plug the opposite end of the cable into the "WAN" port on your computer.

  • 4

    Power on your computer and the cable modem. Alongside the satellite modem is a URL address. This address is used to activate the modem. Launch the Internet browser on the computer and type in the complete URL.

  • 5

    Check off that you are using the modem in conjunction with a satellite dish, then select if you are using it with a wireless router (you can change these settings in the future if you ever decide to add wireless to the system). Click "Save" and you are ready to begin using your satellite Internet service.

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    1 seniorkoa   (2011-05-27 7:47 AM)
    Just give it a try and comment on it .

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