A Little later than expected, I have finally added an extra LNB to the set-up so I can receive a few more free to air channels. The first post detailing the set-up of the sat system is here
The finished install:
I have been running the Skybox F5 for quite a few months without issue, but I decided I wanted to add a second LNB to the set-up to get some extra free to air channels – specifically from 19.2E degrees so I could watch some continental TV and see the F1 free to air whilst still retaining the channels from 28.2E.
I wanted to find a router capable of running DD-WRT, this new firmware provides enhanced functionality over the standard stock firmware. Some Buffalo routers come with DD-WRT pre-installed but I struggled to find any nearby. So the search was on, I first looked for new routers and found a few from TP Link, but having had problems with some homeplugs (powerline adapters) I decided to keep looking and happened to find that D-Link DIR 615 cable routers would great with DD-WRT. These routers also happened to have been sent out by one of the big UK internet service providers meaning there are plenty on e-bay, still boxed and never used. So just under £9 later (inc P+P) I had a D-Link 615 (revision: D4) cable router.