The license is tied to the card serial number. I think that I think that if you purchased a license for the multi software you are allowed to have as many cards as you want. You could try emailing the R5000 company with all of your card serial numbers and see if you can get license codes for all of your cards.
I have a Dish VIP-211 that I had purchased from NextcomWireless long ago. I had discontinued Dish service and the the unit is presently packed and stored.
It was in perfect working condition when I had last used it. I can part with it - so if anyone is interested, please PM me your best offer. Terms PayPal - Shipping either USPS / UPS / Fedex - actuals as prefered..
Long story but I'm trying to be able to use my r5000 vip211 in Sagetv temporarily along with a HDPVR, which requires component out. There apparently is no component signal though, which I have tested on the HDPVR as well as two separate TVs. Is there something about the r5000 mod that disables component out?
Reason for all this is that I am attempting to move my SageTV server to UNRAID, and didn't anticipate that the r5000 boxes would not be able to be passed through from a windows VM. Just need something up and running as I'm wasting money on an unused dish contract that has 18 months left. thanks
I have a Nextcom R5000 installed in a Dish Vip622. It feeds the video into my PC via USB 2. Has anyone figured out how to use TSReader to read the USB input from a Dish receiver? Is there a source selection in TSReader that works with this video source as a stream? I looked through the hardware list and source options and could not figure out if anything listed would work.
Is it possible to stream the live video from the R5000 to a modern Roku? I have an R5000 installed in a Dish VIP622 that feeds the video to a Windows PC via USB 2. I can record a movie on the PC and play the file back on the Roku 4k, but would like to stream the live video to the Roku over my LAN.