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non-freesat recording not seen in web interface

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    I recorded a BBC4 HD programme in non-freesat mode. I can play it on the Foxsat HDR but the file is not in Raydon's explorer interface. The file is not encrypted. I was hoping to copy it to my laptop.

    | Wed 19 May 2021 12:24:45 #1 |
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    Dave W - 1 hour ago  » 
    I recorded a BBC4 HD programme in non-freesat mode. I can play it on the Foxsat HDR but the file is not in Raydon's explorer interface. The file is not encrypted. I was hoping to copy it to my laptop.

    Have got a ftp package installed ? If so you should be able to copy to a PC using Filezilla

    | Wed 19 May 2021 13:53:26 #2 |
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    I downloaded and installed Filezilla, but when I tried to connect to ftp://192.168.1.103 which is the address that Raydon's explorer uses with http://, it says connection was refused. Filezilla added a port 21 I think - could this be relevant? Should I try Filezilla on Linux instead of Windows?

    | Wed 19 May 2021 14:23:33 #3 |
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    Dave W - 27 mins ago  » 
    I downloaded and installed Filezilla, but when I tried to connect to ftp://192.168.1.103 which is the address that Raydon's explorer uses with http://, it says connection was refused. Filezilla added a port 21 I think - could this be relevant?

    What login credentials did you use?

    Should I try Filezilla on Linux instead of Windows?

    FTP should be cross platform so I doubt that it would help.

    | Wed 19 May 2021 14:52:21 #4 |
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    Check the ip address again and firewall settings.

    | Wed 19 May 2021 15:04:10 #5 |
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    Login details password if default its 0000. You can check the Foxsat in Windows explorer network entries

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    | Wed 19 May 2021 16:16:24 #6 |
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    If you install Samba you can access using Windows File Explorer. If I remember rightly the filename is odd when recorded from non freesat rename it to a sensible name

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    | Wed 19 May 2021 16:25:55 #7 |
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    I am on Windows 8.1 and see no Site Manager. Windows Explorer shows only the Humax folders and files (see attached pic). My non-freesat video is not in the Videos folder. What is needed in my Firewall settings? Is the IP address in your screenshot the computer's or the Humax's? In Filezilla, is 'Host' IP address the Humax or my laptop.

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    The host address is the Humax - you need to install Samba via the web interface and reboot. Graham has also remined me that non freesat names are odd. Think they may start with a dot which would hide them. You could also locate and rename the file via telnet.

    | Wed 19 May 2021 17:02:02 #9 |
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    REPASSAC - 37 mins ago  » 
    The host address is the Humax - you need to install Samba via the web interface and reboot.

    Why? Won't Filezilla do the job?

    Graham has also remined me that non freesat names are odd. Think they may start with a dot which would hide them.

    Filezilla show file names with a leading dot for me.

    | Wed 19 May 2021 17:42:10 #10 |

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