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Newbie Wants To Setup Cs - 14-March-2010, 11:33

Hi All Of You There, I M New To Sky Or Cs. I Dont Know Anything About This And I Don't Have Sky At Home, I Was Using Cable Box But Bcoz Of Nagra 3 Attack All The Channels Gone Down Than I Saw This Sky Cs So Thought To Set It Up For Myself, My Relatives, Friends. So Please Tell Me How To Setup This Cs And Which Box Should I Use For The Server And Clients, How Much Bandwidth Do I Need For Atleast 20 Users, Do I Need Full Subscription Of Sky If Yes Than How To Use Full Sky On My Dreambox Server Well All Information From A To Z.

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14-March-2010, 11:38

well, you broke rule 5.

Present yourself in the introduction section.

Read the rules.


read the tutorials. Everything is there to set-up a cs system...


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14-March-2010, 16:58

i would say if your starting off get 2 dm500s boxes and set up the boxes to share in your house first , then when they are working in your home its only a small step to sharing in another house. you will need a card (containing the channels you want to view and the channels that your friends or family want to view) you will need a broadband router and both of the boxes will need to be connected to it .

you will need an ethernet cable to connect each box to the router ,you will need an image , i would download nabilosat darkstar11 and you will need dreamup to load the image in to the boxes ,you will need a 9 pin null modem cable and you could buy a crossover cable also .

when your downloading dreamup ,download dream control center and also download cccam config creator . you could open a new folder on your pc and call it dreambox and store all your dreambox stuff there . a lot of these files come compressed and are .rar or .zip files so you will need to download something like winrar or peazip for opening these files .

you will need a computer with a 9 pin seriel port that runs on windows xp and not vista (i bought an older dell desktop for 50 euro and its excellent and flashes any box.) vista will cause all sorts of problems when trying to flash . once you have got setup and know how to cardshare you should upgrade the dreambox with the card in it to maybe a dm800 or higher one that has a usb slot in the rear ,and buy a smargo card reader which will fit into the usb slot .the card can can warnm in the dreambox and so this is not good a smargo will solve this .
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