[mythtv-users] Firewire channel changing for Cisco RNG150?

Christian Szpilfogel chrisznews4 at rogers.com
Fri Jul 9 01:56:46 UTC 2010

On 08/07/2010 7:18 PM, Patrick Archibald wrote:
>> Interesting "-f 6" is a more standard implementation of channel changing so
>> perhaps Cisco may actually be moving to the standard implementation. Since
>> you guys seem to be blazing the trail here I don't have access to an
>> RNG-150, I wonder if one of you could run stb-command
>> (http://code.google.com/p/stb-command/) and see if it now supports some of
>> the panel commands. Based on your results I can update the documentation to
>> reflect its capabilities. I expect Power on/off/status to work, but the rest
>> of the commands have traditionally not been supported by previous Cisco/SA
>> boxes that I have tried.
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> Christian Szpilfogel,
> The following stb-command commands worked with my Cisco RNG150 settop
> box from Comcast.
> stb-command -v -n 0 power_status
> stb-command -v -n 0 power_on
> stb-command -v -n 0 power_off
> stb-command -v -n 0 channel_up
> stb-command -v -n 0 channel_down
> Let me know if I can do anything else.
> Below my signature is the complete script output:
> Thanks, PLA
Patrick, thanks for this. I've updated the wiki.

It is good to see at least two new commands were added. While some of 
the commands may be context sensitive I suspect this is a complete analysis.

Just to confirm too that this is the RNG150HDC correct?

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