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Thread: Sat-IP advice - DVB-T2 and DVB-S2 combinations.

  1. #31
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    Just as a point of clarification, sub, does that include DVB-S2? Thanks.
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    Yes, it works for DVB-S/S2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elsmandino View Post
    Excellent - thank you.

    Seems that I cannot go wrong with the Octopus Net - I shall look to get one shortly.

    Apologies for being so nosey but you see to have a really serious set up - 24-port Switch and Cat 7 cable. Are you future proofing with this or do you have a need for something so extraordinary?

    I assume that you either work in IT or are a very dedicated to home computing.
    I earn my money as a carpenter, IT is just hobby and try to keep my house network up to date
    Since every room in my house has 3 double Rj45 cans
    And which need to be merged somewhere you need patch panels and switches

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    Quote Originally Posted by sub View Post
    One thing to keep in mind - NextPVR only supports DVB-S when it comes to SAT>IP.

    DVB-T/DVB-C SAT>IP support could probably be added, but it's not there today.
    Hi Sub,

    Is this still the case?

    SiliconDust seem to be advertising that their Homeruns working with NPVR:

    https://www.silicondust.com/support/faq/
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    The HDHR is not a SAT>IP device.

    Martin

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    Expanding slightly on Martin's reply - The HDHR is a not SAT>IP device. It is another type of network tuner, and works fine with NextPVR.

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    That is firstly great news as had ruled out HDHR's before but realise that I can use them after all.

    Out of genuine interest, what is it that makes the HDHR different from the other SAT>IP devices on the market?
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    SAT>IP is a protocol and the HDHR typically uses rtp/rtsp and newer devices support http. From a NextPVR perspective it supports both the SAT>IP protocal and streams the HDHR (non Prime) indirectly using the Windows BDA interface

    Martin

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