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    Can anyone pls explain card sharing. How is it done? What hardware is required?

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    Quote Originally Posted by carlc
    Can anyone pls explain card sharing. How is it done? What hardware is required?
    Dear friend, Pls. check this and this details from Satlover...Thanks...

    Quote Originally Posted by satlover

    What is cardsharing

    Cardsharing is a method to use one
    satellite subscription card with more than one satellite receiver in a same time.
    With cardsharing your digital receiver gets its information via the Internet or LAN from another
    place, instead of the local smart card. This means that you can service your
    smart card on another place, without going to your receiver.



    IS IT LEGAL TO USE?

    Yes, it is fully legal if You use it with your own satellite subscription card and for your private purposes only!
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    What I need to use it?
    You will need the following components:

    DVB Receiver; it can be a PCI card (like SkyStar 1 or 2) or a set top box called DBox or DreamBox
    A permanent LAN or WAN connection to your cardserver host
    valid account on the cardserver host
    Installed client plugins on the receiver systems


    SkyStar 2 or similar PCI card based systems are not as professional like DBox, but they offer more functionality.

    DBox means the best solution for people who need high quality and high reliability. It is equipped with Ethernet port, so You can connect it your computer, ADSL modems etc.

    Which TV channels can I follow using this method?

    You can watch every scrambled TV channels if You have connection to the proper cardsharing server.
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    thank you very much yan naing

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    Quote Originally Posted by carlc
    thank you very much yan naing

    NP my friend.
    " 李俊明 Born To Help People "

    DM 500s , Pacific 3600 CI , Humax F2 Finder , Angel Box , My Dream Machine , Tatasky , KAON , Topfield 3030 , Yuri YR1Dap , Dynasat 7100 , F1 , Plus and II , Metabox II , 10 , Viva Vs 9000 , SkyBox II , X-Sat 430 , 420 , Bolt N2 , NewB , New Shine Ns 3000 , Victory V 889 , F1 Newshine , New Star , Innovia 3088 CA , Atom 7000 , PBI , Prosat , Dstv 3Q76 , GA 88a , Tatasky , Big Tv , Airtel .



 

 

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