EMMG issue

Emmg will be only one.

<emmg>

<emm_connection>

<client_id>0xxxxxxxxxxxxx</client_id>

<channel_id>0xx</channel_id>

<emm_stream>

<emm_stream_id>0xx</emm_stream_id>

<pid>190</pid>

<output_mask>0xFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF</output_mask>

<bandwidth>500</bandwidth>

<data_type>0</data_type>

</emm_stream>

</emm_connection>

<emm_connection>

<client_id>0xxxxxxxxxxx</client_id>

<channel_id>0x0</channel_id>

<emm_stream>

<emm_stream_id>0x0</emm_stream_id>

<pid>5000</pid>

<output_mask>0xFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF</output_mask>

<bandwidth>600</bandwidth>

<data_type>0</data_type>

</emm_stream>

</emm_connection>

</emmg>

<emm_connection>
<client_id>0xxxxxxxxx</client_id>
<channel_id>0x3</channel_id>
<emm_stream>
<emm_stream_id>0x3</emm_stream_id>
<pid>6000</pid>
<output_mask>0xFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF</output_mask>
<bandwidth>500</bandwidth>
<data_type>0</data_type>
</emm_stream>
</emm_connection>

Above I’ve used simul script make sure your bandwidth is able to all your channels. Then confirm your pit it might be unique.

 

Updated on March 15, 2018

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