How to Set Up SlingLink Turbo

by Ben David

Slingbox is a device designed to enable you to watch television programming from anywhere in the world over an Internet connection. The SlingLink Turbo is a Slingbox device designed with wireless home network connection capabilities. If your television is in a different room than your Internet network router, the SlingLink Turbo device can make a wireless connection to your router. The process of setting up the SlingLink Turbo is fairly straightforward.

1

Plug the first Ethernet cable into the "Network" port in the back of your Slingbox device and plug the other end of the cable in the "L1" port in the back of the four-port SlingLink Turbo device.

2

Plug the first power cable into the "Power" port in the back of the four-port SlingLink Turbo and plug the other end of the cable into the wall outlet.

3

Plug the second Ethernet cable into the "Ethernet" port in the back of the single-port SlingLink Turbo device, and plug the other end of the cable into the "Network" port on the back of your home network router.

4

Plug the second power cable into the "Power" port on the back of the single-port SlingLink Turbo, and plug the other end of the cable into the wall outlet.

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About the Author

Based in New York City, Ben David has been a writer since 2006. His expertise extends into the fields of business administration, new media technologies, consumer electronics and mobile device technology and design. David studied Communications at Howard University.