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Topic # 87390 27-Jul-2011 21:02
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Just wondering if anyone has looked in using a "anysee E7PS2CI DVB-S2 CI intern" ( ) with a "OMNIKEY 4040 Mobile PCMCIA" ( )

Seems like the turner card with handle all the tricky stuff.

Or have i missed to obvious reason as to why it won't work

cheers for your input on the topic

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  Reply # 498701 27-Jul-2011 21:18
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QwNa your barking up the wrong tree. The CI in a dvb-s card is to put a conditional access module in (CAM) and you put a smart card in that. In this case you'd need a CAM that can decode Sky NZ videoguard. These are not readily available. Better to go with a basic omnikey usb smartcard reader and do the CAM part in software.

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Reply # 498711 27-Jul-2011 21:41
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Thanks mcraenz.  

Was hoping i was on to something. Embarassed

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