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Connecting a Roku Streaming Video Player

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Last updated: 28 Dec, 2016
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The advent of internet TV has brought many new devices to market, among them the Roku player. This is a type of digital media receiver that allows customers to access internet streamed video or audio services through televisions. This includes subscription-based services as well as services that are available through the receiver free of charge. Each new generation of the Roku offers more power and faster streaming than the previous generation.

To setup a Roku for use, please follow the manufacturer’s directions that came with your device. For online setup directions you can try this Roku Setup link. Pavlov Media cannot provide assistance or information to you in setting up your Roku player.

You can find your device MAC addresses on the bottom or back on your Roku player (depending upon model). One set is for your wireless connection and one set is for your wired/Ethernet connection, if you have the Roku 2XS or 3 player model that supports an Ethernet connection.

Alternatively, from the Roku home screen, select Settings> About. The MAC addresses will be listed on-screen.

Once you have setup your Roku, you may need to register it before you can use it on Pavlov Media’s network.

Login to your account here (signin.pavlovmedia.net).

Register your MAC address by following the directions in How to Register a Device to Your Account.

And your Roku should be ready for use.

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