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    Default Humax 5400z >> Connection internet


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    Can anybody tell how to connect the stb to net so that we can get tps...
    Please guide me which file i have to load.

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    the only way you can connect a humax is via an interface in the card slot
    regards from OZ bassett

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    Dear ThanQ for your reply but can u explain more...

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    You'll need something like a Season interface which is a small circuitboard that fits into your cardslot and allows you to connect to a pc.

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    it looks like this:

    Season Interface 2 or Season Passive 2 Interface
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    Forget using a Season Interface Card. Invest in a Null Modem / Rs232c (crossover) cable. This cable connects your computer Com port to your Humax RS232 port.

    You can then run SBCL / v_Plug / WSP software on your computer to decrypt TPS. You have to update the TPS AES key files daily, but they are readily available on the web.

    No permanent connection to the internet is required to operate the stated software.

    If you cannot find the software on RDI, try a Google search using "SBCL + Humax".

    This software also works on other Provider packages such as Premiere, D+, Cabo, SRG, Raisat etc.

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    m8s,
    i think there's a misundertanding here with what the guy wanted! lost in translation! besides a season interface is only used to log the data streams of channels(cam/card/receiver) it can be used also to run some emu progs. like wallbanger(old) & the new one WCE to view encoded channels. Internet surfing by satellite need specialized PC card (no need for receiver)!
    what provably he/she wanted is to view TPs by used of Hummy not connecting to the Net(web)!
    A patch hummy, plu use of SBCL & Vplug will do the trick as one of our m8 have adviced!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ALIBE View Post
    Forget using a Season Interface Card. Invest in a Null Modem / Rs232c (crossover) cable. This cable connects your computer Com port to your Humax RS232 port.

    You can then run SBCL / v_Plug / WSP software on your computer to decrypt TPS. You have to update the TPS AES key files daily, but they are readily available on the web.

    No permanent connection to the internet is required to operate the stated software.

    If you cannot find the software on RDI, try a Google search using "SBCL + Humax".

    This software also works on other Provider packages such as Premiere, D+, Cabo, SRG, Raisat etc.
    Hello alibe, from reading your post i wanted to know if i can also connect my satellite reciever model(strong 4620 II) to the internet for getting dstv channels which are encrypted in irdetttttto. please explain and also please elaborate more on null modem can it work with my receiver.or is there any other way to decrypt the channels through the internet . your help will be highly appreciated
    with kind regards
    Aleem

 

 

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