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#9842 by murphy
Mon May 18, 2009 3:12 am
Set it to use 9600 baud and precede the phone number with *99,
(The comma provides a 2 second delay for dial tone to return)

If it still doesn't work, set both of the QOS values in the hub to 0.

Go to the lounge and disable the connection tone as that may confuse the modem handshake.
#10256 by cmoulikus
Mon May 25, 2009 6:37 am
I have been following this thread and I have some follow-up questions:
1) How do I set the baud rate to 9600 on the dishnetwork 722 receiver?
2) How do I change the QOS settings in the ooma hub? How do I connect to it in the first place?
#10311 by murphy
Tue May 26, 2009 5:21 pm
I don't know the answer to the first question since I've never seen one.
Connect a computer to the Home port of the hub and connect to
#10315 by southsound
Tue May 26, 2009 6:34 pm

The OP had a problem of not having his network near enough to the 722 to use an Internet connection. Is that your problem as well, or do you have access to a network drop at the 722? I also am a 722 user and know that the network connection offers a lot of benefit over the straight phone connection. Dish requires either a network or phone connection so it can call in with purchases, etc. but Dish on Demand is only available with a broadband connection.
#10404 by grecni
Thu May 28, 2009 6:48 am
I have a Dish 622 as well and solved the phone line by connecting it to my network. I went on ebay and bought a LINKSYS WGA11B WIRELESS B GAME ADAPTER for about $21 and configured it to work with my wireless gateway. The advantage is this removes the need for a phone line and it also gives me access to the new remote control features that Dish released so I can program my DVR functions remotely.

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