Watch satelite TV online

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I want to watch satelite TV in my home network. To do this, I bought a XORO satelite TV receiver and connected it to my satelite box and to my home network.

The XORO satelite TV receiver comes without WLAN, so I connected it via a Powerline adapter to my FritzBox.

On the XORO receiver I have to put the satelite cable to the connector number 4, not number 1.

I can then surf to my FritzBox and find out the IP address of my XORO. I go to its port 8000 (surf to http://192.168.178.44:8000 in my case) and can configure the XORO.

Now I know how to configure it, but not, how to watch TV on it. Maybe this is of help: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aG4XOZvIKJA. There I do not find where to get the m3u list, but here is a hint: http://iptvdeutschesender.blogspot.com/2016/11/german-iptv-channels-m3u-playlist-for.html

I now went to http://iptvdeutschesender.blogspot.com/2016/11/german-iptv-channels-m3u-playlist-for.html and copied the example content (several lines starting with #EXTM3U) to WordPad and saved it as "test.m3u". Then I used VLC to open it. I had to wait a looooong time and click away several error messages, but then I saw (and heard!) a TV program.

Now I took a closer look into the m3u file. It contained one thing that is probably a media URL: rtmp://iptvcodes.blogspot.com@62.113.210.250/medienasa-live/BLKonline_high So I went into VLC again and clicked media -> open network stream -> rtmp://iptvcodes.blogspot.com@62.113.210.250/medienasa-live/BLKonline_high

and I could reliably watch one channel without being interrupted by error messages.

Now I switched off my XORO box and it continued to work. So I had watched Internet TV, not any signal from my satelite.

So the question is, how do I use my XORO Box. https://forum.team-mediaportal.com/threads/sat-ip-server-xoro-in-mpo-einbinden.138923/ tells me the following URL for a channel:

rtsp://192.168.178.31/?src=1&freq=11494&pol=h&ro=0.35&msys=dvbs2&mtype=8psk&plts=on&sr=22000&fec=23&pids=0,17,18,5100,5101,5102,5104

where 192.168.178.31 is the IP address of - I hope - the XORO