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My Sat>IP viewer app can't catch the device or my DVBViewer Host


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Last week, I paid for the app Sat>IP Viewer on Google Play. installed the DVBViewer  Media Server.

first I  signed in the account of the  Media server,  the open the app, 

"No Hardware found" on the "device"  menu.

what can I do for this issue?

does anywhere I can find the tutorial about the setup for Sat>IP viewer and the DVBViewer Media Server?

 

I'm sorry about my Poor English

 

 

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The Sat>IP protocol is only designed for use in a LAN not via internet.

 

The first screenshot is from the Android DVBViewer Controller and not from the Sat>IP viewer.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.DVBViewer.controller

https://github.com/RayBa82/DVBViewerController

The Android DVBViewer Controller allows remote control of the DVBViewer Client, creating timers, streaming channels and recordings in original quality and transcoded.

 

To use the Android DVBViewer Controller, the first step should be to check the access to the DMS web interface on the smart phone http://192.168.0.2:8089/ios/ (you need to change the IP address to the one from your PC with the DMS on is, and not 127.0.0.1 this only works on the PC but not on other devices).

Then you enter in the App via Settings > Recording Service the > URL, user name and password and it should work.

 

If you can't access the DMS web interface, this should be the first thing to test in future.

 

For the Sat>IP viewer, it only can stream Live TV and should work with every Sat>IP server. It should automatically detect the DMS if it is not blocked by a firewall etc.

If you can access the web interface from the smart phone, that should not be the problem.

 

I don't have the current version of the Sat>IP viewer app so I can't give you step by step guide there.

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On 8/11/2017 at 11:53 PM, Tjod said:

The Sat>IP protocol is only designed for use in a LAN not via internet.

 

The first screenshot is from the Android DVBViewer Controller and not from the Sat>IP viewer.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.DVBViewer.controller

https://github.com/RayBa82/DVBViewerController

The Android DVBViewer Controller allows remote control of the DVBViewer Client, creating timers, streaming channels and recordings in original quality and transcoded.

 

To use the Android DVBViewer Controller, the first step should be to check the access to the DMS web interface on the smart phone http://192.168.0.2:8089/ios/ (you need to change the IP address to the one from your PC with the DMS on is, and not 127.0.0.1 this only works on the PC but not on other devices).

Then you enter in the App via Settings > Recording Service the > URL, user name and password and it should work.

 

If you can't access the DMS web interface, this should be the first thing to test in future.

 

For the Sat>IP viewer, it only can stream Live TV and should work with every Sat>IP server. It should automatically detect the DMS if it is not blocked by a firewall etc.

If you can access the web interface from the smart phone, that should not be the problem.

 

I don't have the current version of the Sat>IP viewer app so I can't give you step by step guide there.

Thanks for your tips. I will check it out

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