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Old 11-09-2017, 01:41 PM   #1
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Singtel TV

Hi all,

I know ASUS router model RT-AC88U or RT-AC68U support Singtel TV
on port 4 of the router. But what if I have 2 Singtel TV box and home?
Can the Asus router or any other router that can support 2 singtel TV box?
Mine is one recordable and the other non-recordable.

Thanks.
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Old 11-09-2017, 02:43 PM   #2
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Hi all,

I know ASUS router model RT-AC88U or RT-AC68U support Singtel TV
on port 4 of the router. But what if I have 2 Singtel TV box and home?
Can the Asus router or any other router that can support 2 singtel TV box?
Mine is one recordable and the other non-recordable.

Thanks.
Asus router can support more than 2 singtel tv set top boxes but only up to 2 ports, which are port 3 and port 4 can be configured for singtel tv set top box.

You just need to select a manual iptv profile, input the settings for internet, then port 3 and port 4 input the singtel tv settings.

In an event you have 3 singtel tv set top boxes or more, you will need an unmanaged switch that connects to either port 3 or 4 to split the signal for the boxes accordingly.

Of cos, if you have more than or equal to 3 set top boxes, you don't have to input a manual profile and leave the port 4 solely for singtel tv supplying data to an unmanaged switch.
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Old 11-09-2017, 06:21 PM   #3
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Thanks a lot for your valuable information. Been digging around and wondering should I get the ASUS router. I can go get the router then.
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