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problem with progdvb/gbox, who can help? - 29-November-2007, 11:25

Hey all,

I have a problem. I'm using gbox on a windows PC with Progdvb and SS2 card. My server is running and I have a lot of peers.

Cards Online: 555
Peers Online: 34

Card distances

Distance 1 : 116 cards
Distance 2 : 191 cards
Distance 3 : 248 cards

now for my problem. When switch to a channel in Progdvb I can see in my gbox terminal that a request is sent for the required card with a few of my peers for instance:

->ECM send to ***.dynalias.com (D2E7 )
->ECM send to ****.no-ip.org (4C75 9FE8 0204 )
->ECM send to ****.dyndns.tv (AAEE )
->ECM send to ****.no-ip.biz (0818 )
->ECM send to ****.dyndns.tv (F266 )
->ECM send to ******.redirectme.net (B9F9 )

But I never seem to be able to get the selected channel open. I've tried it with multiple providers of wich i'm sure the card shoud be readely available among my peers but always the same result could it be that my peers are realy crappy or would there be other causes?

Does anyone have any suggestions on how to solve tis?????

Thx
   
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04-December-2007, 17:34

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Originally Posted by bjornw View Post
Hey all,

I have a problem. I'm using gbox on a windows PC with Progdvb and SS2 card. My server is running and I have a lot of peers.

Cards Online: 555
Peers Online: 34

Card distances

Distance 1 : 116 cards
Distance 2 : 191 cards
Distance 3 : 248 cards

now for my problem. When switch to a channel in Progdvb I can see in my gbox terminal that a request is sent for the required card with a few of my peers for instance:

->ECM send to ***.dynalias.com (D2E7 )
->ECM send to ****.no-ip.org (4C75 9FE8 0204 )
->ECM send to ****.dyndns.tv (AAEE )
->ECM send to ****.no-ip.biz (0818 )
->ECM send to ****.dyndns.tv (F266 )
->ECM send to ******.redirectme.net (B9F9 )

But I never seem to be able to get the selected channel open. I've tried it with multiple providers of wich i'm sure the card shoud be readely available among my peers but always the same result could it be that my peers are realy crappy or would there be other causes?

Does anyone have any suggestions on how to solve tis?????

Thx
You can try with Altdvb or some other program.
Look here: http://www.eurocardsharing.com/f102/gbox-sharing-with-ss2-tutorial-16739



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try reinstalling altdvb, in my case it worked!!
   
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