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Sonera Viihde IPTV functionality on Mikrotik's RouterOS operating system. By disabling VLANs it should also work with Watson.

Our hard- and software:

  • RB951G-2HnD (RouterOS 6.15)
  • Motorola VIP 1853

Download Mikrotik from their official website and install multicast-6.24rc4-mipsbe.npk into the RouterOS operating system RouterOS/en#Upgrading following these instructions. Make sure the .npk package you download is compatible with your current version of RouterOS, take a look at the names of the packets and your version number.

VLAN settings

Open the Interfaces menu.

Create a new interface VLAN 252.

 /interface vlan add name="vlan252" vlan-id=252 interface=ether1-gateway disabled=no

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Define DHCP Client and make sure you get an IP address from your ISP (Open IP -> DHCP Client).

 /ip dhcp-client add interface=vlan252 disabled=no add-default-route=no

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IGMP Proxy

Open the Routing menu -> IGMP Proxy

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As the interface define VLAN 252 (Not eht1 as in the picture)

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Enable IGMP and UDP towards the inside traffic in your firewall.

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Allow firewall IGMP protocol towards the inside.

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Chain = INPUT

Protocol = UDP


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Protocol = UDP


You can get additional security when you only allow Interface vlan252 to the inside

Also check out

Sonera Viihde IPTV settings



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