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Humax HDR Fox-T2

Discussion in 'Networking' started by joflaherty, Dec 23, 2010.

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  1. joflaherty

    joflaherty Thread Starter

    Mar 14, 2001
    I have two new set-top boxes made by Humax. These are the HDR Fox-T2 and the HD Fox-T2. I wish these to be able to communicate through my wireless home network in such a way that the HD Fox-T2 can download (watch) programmes saved on the HDR Fox-T2 and both be able to independently view files (eg pictures) saved on my main PC. From what I read about these Humax prodicts this 'should' be possible. My knowledge of the networking is limited so please try to be gentle with any advice! I presume that I will need a WAP on each box, but what settings to use to allow the home network and the Humax boxes to both recognise them is beyond me.
  2. etaf

    etaf Moderator

    Oct 2, 2003
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    I have a HDR-FOX-T2 and have it connected to the Intenet via a WAP - I used the Edimax EW-7209APg WAP , as it have 5 ethernet posts and so I could use the one device to connect the PVR and also connect the TV
    it works very well

    I have a server on the router and can access media, videos, music, pictures etc and works well, also using veracast on the TV

    I have just recently started to play with TVersity as a media server, which also does file conversion on the fly to play FLV files - although still very early days

    I dont think you can stream between devices - this is the planned update for the HDR - now due in January !!! but dont hold your breath this has been due for release since about September

    Theres a useful thread running at avforums on this device - its up to part 4 and some very long posts - but I think in part two was the edimax discussion and how to set up
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