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Topic # 185784 5-Dec-2015 13:45
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Hi All
I'm in Christchurch. I run many STBs, mostly Skybox and Openbox.

My dish farm has 4x3m 2x2.4 4x1.2 1x4.1m(still putting this up) and the Ku array, test dishes etc and the pile of unused dishes. Two C band 3m dishes on movers and a USRARLs dish.
Four dish sites around the property with 12 plus switches and cable everywhere.
The house and my room have receivers.
I get sats from Asiasat5 to NSS9.
I'm in a rural area in the west of the city and get a clear run of it.

Signed up here to pass on the Openbox 1 Dec 2015 restart fault. I've worked closely with Freesat on their new V7 and they are very responsive to problems with their software.
I've got the new Freesat V8 Angle and V8 Golden due next week.
I haven't had any luck with the Sat2IP function on the Openbox V8Pro / Combo.

Good luck all

Owen

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