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Racehunter
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Message 81 of 87

Re: Known Routers to Work with Multicast/IGMP

Sorry, I forgot to ask. Apart from the unit size, what is the advantage (or disadvantage) of an integrated modem as opposed to using the BT modem and standalone cable router?
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Distinguished Sage
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Message 82 of 87

Re: Known Routers to Work with Multicast/IGMP

This thread may be of interest, as it relates to the TP Link one.

 

https://community.bt.com/t5/Connected-Devices-Other/TP-LINK-N600-TD-W9980/td-p/1522557

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Racehunter
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Message 83 of 87

Re: Known Routers to Work with Multicast/IGMP

Thanks Keith. I had just finished searching for the router myself and found some other useful info relating to its set-up. I suppose the motto is 'always search before asking'!!
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Message 84 of 87

Re: Known Routers to Work with Multicast/IGMP

I keep a list of links to these types of useful threads, as it surprising how many times the same questions arise Smiley Wink

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crsaunders
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Message 85 of 87

Re: Known Routers to Work with Multicast/IGMP

I am using BT's latest HH6 with some multicast streams running across my internal network. I can view the multicast streams fine on a wired connection using VLC with the rtp://@ address. 

I am trying to find out if the new HH6 supports udpxy and if so what would be the ip address and port number. I need this to confiure an iptv app (SS IPTV). This is required as the samsung tv cannot view a udp multicast stream directly, the udpxy will convert the stream to http unicast.

Interestingly, when i input the BT TV test channel multicast address into VLC I can view the channel over wifi? Does this indicate i have got some udp to http address translation going on?

Thanks for any help

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tonyfell
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Message 86 of 87

Re: Known Routers to Work with Multicast/IGMP

In case it may help anyone, TP-Link Archer VR2600 works out of the box with YouView box with extra channels (BT Sport etc.).

 

Choosing BT_VDSL in the setup wizard brings up the broadband successfully. Ignore the IPTV settings, leaving the checkbox unticked. Factory reset the YouView box and follow the install wizard. Done.

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Leebobs
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Message 87 of 87

Re: Known Routers to Work with Multicast/IGMP

I can confirm that I have the Synology RD2600AC working perfectly with BT TV (Including all the IPTV Channels), it took a bit of trouble shooting but the issue was the DrayTex Vigor 130 not being set in the correct mode.

 

If you are using it the Vigor 130 must be set in bridge mode, or the IPTV functions will not work.  See here (NB: Login required): http://www.draytek.co.uk/support/guides/kb-vigor-130-bridge

 

In the Network Center > Internet Settings

Primary Interface > ISP Settings (IPTV & VoIP) set them like this:

 

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In local network > Advanced Options set them like this:

 

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Job done.