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The SAT> IP server for manual configuration. The selection of the tuner modules is freely selectable within the scope of the possible slots and configuration. A detailed overview of which modules can be used can be found in the following connection diagram:
Connetion shema - Octopus NET mainboard for SAT>IP
The Octopus NET Mainboard will modularly extended and allows a change of the installed receiving modules or extension. When changing locations, the Octopus NET can be adapted or extended at any time by exchanging these modules in the reception situation.
The Octopus NET Server Mainboards for SAT>IP can be configured for Unicast MPTS (RTSP Protocol) and Multicast MPTS (RTP / UDP Protocol) and are certified according to the SAT>IP standard and can be used with numerous software and hardware clients.
TVs from Panasonic with SAT> IP support, support directly the Octopus NET servers for all DVB reception types such as cable, terrestrial and satellite and are also suitable according to the MPTS method multicast. In the MPTS process, individual services as well as complete transponders can be sent to the client via a single stream, providing an ideal solution for hotels, residential applications, etc.
By installing a CI Slots, multicast and unicast streams can be decrypted* directly in the server.
(* Please note the terms and conditions of the PayTV / Content providers listed in your contract for use of the content.) The CI of the Octopus NET is not part of the SAT> IP specification and is therefore not supported by every client.
The built-in 5 port GigaBit Switch not only extends your network through additional LAN ports; you can also define the streams that are available on the ports in multicast mode. The Switch can also be used as an IGMPv3 Querrier.
With the help of SAT> IP Apps or Players, you can look anywhere on your mobile device in your WLAN network wherever you want or where no coaxial cable can be installed or moved. SAT> IP Set Top Boxes are available for this purpose from many manufacturers. When choosing the client, make sure that it supports the reception modes of the Octopus NET server.