[mythtv-users] firewire and time warner cable
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Mon Sep 3 16:43:13 UTC 2007
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> Date: Sun, 2 Sep 2007 22:48:19 -0400
> From: "Inor Kuo" <inorkuo at hotmail.com>
> Subject: [mythtv-users] firewire and time warner cable
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> I've been trying to get a firewire enabled box from time warner here in
> Greensboro. I had a SA8300 which had firewire ports but as far as I could
> tell, they did not work correctly. I went to the time warner office and
> picked up a SA4250HDC which I hoped would do better with myth. When I got
> it home, I hooked it up, and I was able to record via firewire using
> test-mpeg2 and also in myth. At this point I was not receiving all of the
> channels I am supposed to get on the cable box so I called twc and the csr
> had me do the whole reboot process and she sent the box a signal. After
> this I was able to receive all of the channels I am supposed to get but
> firewire recording no longer works. I keep getting 0 byte recordings with
> test-mpeg2 now. Before the box was activated I was getting the same
> channels I get via qam. I am guessing that after the box was activated by
> twc, the firewire outputs became encrypted. Does anyone else have any
> experience with firewire and twc?
Yeah. They cut us off completely in January out here in the L.A. area. I
can now only use the firewire port to change the channel on the STB.
There was a discussion about this recently, check out
www.gossamer-threads.com/lists/mythtv/users and search using "firewire"
and "time warner".
Bob Sully - Simi Valley, California, USA
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