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Re-programming for Optus D2 satellite

How do I re-program my set top box to access the new Optus D2 satellite? My free to air channels were on Optus B3 until 22 January. Can you help?

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What brand of set top box do you have?

Posted on Feb 05, 2008


A/ delete all b3 channels.

b/ in installation menu delete all frequencies apart from 12407 V 30000.

c/ enter 12706v ,22500 on fta network search and 12644h 22500
this will get all available fta channels from d2. more info on

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