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# 20505 28-Mar-2008 15:21
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Recently my skytv decoder's not been able to order SBO and PPVs.


Could someone tell me what the Modem setup should be in the advanced setup menu?




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  # 119381 28-Mar-2008 17:59
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Normally the modem setup is only needed if you have a PBX or something and need to "dial 1" to get an outside line, otherwise it should be fine.

Ring sky and they can reset the box over the air.  Otherwise check to make sure the phone is plugged in and works, you could try a regular phone and make sure you get a dialtone :)







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# 119383 28-Mar-2008 18:12
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What's a PBX?

yes i do have dialtone, it's just the modem's settings' out of kilta.

Is the Dialing number 09?

 
 
 
 


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  # 119404 28-Mar-2008 19:49
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NO. Dial Prefix Number is blank. Carrier Wait Time is 50. Carrier Present Time is 1.2. Carrier Loss Time is 1.4.




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# 119482 29-Mar-2008 09:22
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so the dialing prefix's just 00?

and also the phone line connects to the sky filter, then the decoder itself right?



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  # 119509 29-Mar-2008 12:15
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Dial Prefix Number is blank as stated and NOT 00. As for any ADSL filter just replace it to test.




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  # 119516 29-Mar-2008 13:04
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Thanks for the help. So the decoder should just "work" ? or does the phone line needs to be contacted by sky to enable me to book via remote?


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  # 119517 29-Mar-2008 13:16
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link2007: Thanks for the help. So the decoder should just "work" ? or does the phone line needs to be contacted by sky to enable me to book via remote?


thanks


Phone sky for support that is what you pay them money for.
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