I need VPID and APID data.

Discussion in 'General DISH™ Discussion' started by GoLongAndChopChop881, May 26, 2019.

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  1. GoLongAndChopChop881

    GoLongAndChopChop881 Member

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    In the early years, I went to LyngSat to look at the DISH channel list to view other data. And some PIDs are missing, as I know, LyngSat is not 100% accurate.

    I've been searching for years and I've found iamanedgecutter's list to view all the VPIDs from DIRECTV. Here's the example:
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    Who those who need my help @James Long or anyone else if not, 'cause I don't want to be stupid.

    List of PIDs
    APID 0x1000
    APID 0x1001
    APID 0x1002
    APID 0x1003
    APID 0x1004
    APID 0x1005
    APID 0x1006
    APID 0x1007
    APID 0x1008
    APID 0x1009

    VPID 0x1022
    VPID 0x1122
    VPID 0x1222
    VPID 0x1322
    VPID 0x1422
    VPID 0x1522
    VPID 0x1622
    VPID 0x1722
    VPID 0x1822
    VPID 0x1922
     
  2. James Long

    James Long Ready for Uplink! Staff Member Super Moderator

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    The only way to get that information for DISH is to check every transponder. A valid satellite receiver will pull that information from the satellite transponder when the channel is tuned. It isn't information that you need.

    Knowing where channels are located is helpful if one is having trouble receiving a channel or a set of channels. The deeper information is not needed by legitimate subscribers.
     
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