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If a line is not multiroom and you enter it onto another box, will the line ban?

Discussion in 'Zgemma Star H.2H' started by XSONY_NGUX, Dec 7, 2016.


    XSONY_NGUX TK Veteran

    Or would it not simply work?

  2. Willo3092

    Willo3092 TK Veteran Forum Supporter

    Just ask your provider. A lot are for 2 boxes but if he has specified 1 box only I wouldn't risk getting the line cut off.
  3. Delta

    Delta Registered

    Probably. Especially if you are using the second box from another property. Check with the guy who runs the server...
  4. moshibeth

    moshibeth TK Veteran

    Check with your provider,If you use the line on 2 boxes and its not multiroom then it will just start freezing on both boxes,Nearly all multiroom lines are on cashe servers and not using real cards
  5. pieeater2015

    pieeater2015 Registered

    You can put it on two boxes but you could only use one at a time.

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  6. systemlord

    systemlord TK Veteran

    As I understand it, if you have a standard twin line you can use it on two boxes provided all you are doing is watching on both. If you started recording a different channel on either box, you would be asking for three feeds which wouldn't be allowed. You could of course disable one tuner on each box and use them as single tuner units only. Maybe, possibly? Give it a try and let us know lol
  7. moshibeth

    moshibeth TK Veteran

    Its not the case,Each box has its own ip number and if the server picks up on 2 ips and the provider sees it then they can well kill the line,Just check with the provider and you will be fine
  8. dsayers2014

    dsayers2014 TK Veteran

    Each box has its own ip but a server wouldn't see that he'll only see the external (router) ip address not the boxes it's the emc request they would see. I would contact your provider and tell them you only have one tuner per box and if it would be ok to use the same line on each box. For the money your saving it wouldn't really matter if you need to buy another line
  9. moshibeth

    moshibeth TK Veteran

    And your provider will know if 2 boxes are connected by the amount of ecm requests being recieved simultaneosly by both boxes