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Connecting a wireless router directly to a Smart VideoHub

PostPosted: Wed Apr 12, 2017 5:27 pm
by ksummerall
I'm setting up a 12x12 Smart VideoHub for a client and want to make it easy for them to use. This is going in a classroom to control the inputs for 5 video screens that are in use in the classroom. The teacher needs to be able to control what content is going to each screen. I know that the teacher can use the front controls to select inputs, but I was thinking that it might be a little easier and sexier to be able to control it from their iPad. My question is can I connect a Wireless Router directly to the Smart VideoHub? All of the instructions that I have found for using it wirelessly involve having it connected to a computer that is connected to wifi.

If this can be done, does anyone have a suggestion of a router that works best and instruction on how to set this up??


Re: Connecting a wireless router directly to a Smart VideoHu

PostPosted: Sat Apr 15, 2017 7:54 pm
by Xtreemtec
If they don't need internet on that ipad you could connect a wifi router to it with a cross cable or normal depending on the type of wifi unit you buy..

But when you connect to that wifi your ipad s not able to connect to other wifi sources..

Set the videohub in the same ip adress range and subnet as the wifi router is sending out.. Otherwise you can't connect.