i guess that this mean they put a very low value on number of accepted pids per stream!
Dear Mr. Rocha,
our SAT> IP Server supported DVB-S and DVB-S2 signals into 24 independent IP data streams.
On following link you can find all information and manual about the EXIP 4124.
EXIP 4124 -> https://www.kathrein.de/en/sat/product/20510136-1/
Our LNB UAS 584 in conjunction with our EXD 1532 single-cable multi-switch is ready to be used in all 24 streams of the EXIP 4124.
UAS 584 (with other quatro LNBs possible) -> https://www.kathrein.de/en/sat/product/20110019-1/
The EXIP 4124 (SAT> IP) does not transmit the complete transponder (about 60 Mbit / s by transponder), it always sends a channel to the device (client).
This puts a maximum of 20 Mbps on stream on the network.
Rate SAT> IP per stream
SD Channel: between 2 Mbit and 7 Mbit
HD Channel: between 5 Mbit and 20 Mbit
For more information, see SAT> IP specification.
Maybe Kathrein is better and you might also get support.
Did you ever try that?
does it have enough power to support pids = all in all 24 adapters?
+/-60mbits x 24 adapters= 1440
more than one gbit for only a gbit adapter!
and does it support tcp or like DD that doesn't support it?
Can someone help me? i can't download satip-axe-201603051934-11.usb and satip-axe-201603051934-11.fw from git