[linux-dvb] UDP encapsulated MPEG{2,4} TS into dvbsnoop?

Walsh Rod (Nokia-NRC/Tampere) Rod.Walsh at nokia.com
Thu Oct 11 13:41:27 CEST 2007


If you're on the West side of Russia you might be getting something DVB-H
from the East of Finland over DVB-T: but I very much doubt it. In Finland
most of the DVB-H trials are in the West and they'll be increasingly headed
for their own Mux and 4k mode (DVB-T receivers ought to only be capable of
2k and 8k, unless yours is seriously over specified.)

Still, I've seen IP multicast in ordinary DVB-S and DVB-T before so it may
just be some Summer Intern's experiment that they forgot to shutdown :)

Doe sthe LinuxTV API still have the MPE/IP APIs functioning? If so, that
should be enough to get the IP packets off the air. Though if it's indeed a
2k DVB-H you'd find encryption in either IPsec or SRTP fashion. I have no
idea what open source tools might be available to call the MPE/IP APIs for
you though.

Cheers, Rod.


On 10/11/07 1:06 PM, "ext Alexander E. Patrakov" <patrakov at ums.usu.ru>
wrote:

> Jake Peavy wrote:
> 
>> I have UDP encapsulated MPEG TS; how do I perform online analysis using
>> dvbsnoop?
> 
> My DVB card also receives some strange multicast packets. Guys from the
> antenna company told me that this is a TV or radio broadcast and advised
> not to hack them, but they are interested to sell me their decoder box,
> so I'll ignore their advice if possible. Local news sites mention that
> DVB-H is being tested, but these packets don't look like DVB-H payload,
> because they are IPv4.
> 
> Here is a packet dump (1300 KB): http://ums.usu.ru/~patrakov/udp.dump
> 
> Is this "UDP encapsulated MPEG TS"? If not, what's this and how to
> decode it?




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