Discussion topic: Network configuration

This message was authored by P11RAR This message was authored by: P11RAR

Network configuration

I'm considering switching to Sky Stream and wanted to avoid an issue I originally had with Sky Q. My entire home has ethernet run but my router provides two separate network connections based on where in the house we are at, configured like this for work. I want to put a puck in my office. Will it cause problems if the office puck is on a different network segment than say, the one in the living room?


ISP is BT with dynamic WAN address.


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This message was authored by TimmyBGood This message was authored by: TimmyBGood

Re: Network configuration

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Unlike Q, each Stream puck is an individual standalone network client device: they don't talk to each other at all and so don't need to be on the same network segment.


All Stream pucks on the same account must appear behind the same public IP address though.

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Sky Glass 55" (on ethernet) & two Stream Pucks (one ethernet / one WiFi)
BT Halo 3+ Ultrafast FTTP (500Mbs), BT Smart Hub 2

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