What is MAC address in Enigma2?
Enigma2 is a framebuffer-based zapping application (GUI) that is primarily targeted to physical set-top-boxes running embedded Linux (OpenEmbedded based firmware distributions), however Enigma2 can technically also run on regular PCs, but it is not common. (Also it’s possible to run Enigma2 on RaspberryPi devices with Open Vision images and external USB tuners)
While the Enigma2 software was originally developed by Dream Multimedia for their Dreambox series, the opendreambox.org has made Enigma2 into an popular open source based firmware platform for set-top boxes and it is used by a number of different set-top box manufacturers, including the most commonly known are Dreambox, DBox2, and Vu+ (VuPlus), which all use Enigma2 based firmware images. Most of these Enigma2 based set-top boxes falls under the category of Linux-powered satellite, terrestrial and cable digital television receivers.
With the Enigma2 PVR add-on Kodi PVR can be used also with any Enigma2 based set-top boxes running OpenWebIf. Other WebIfs are supported with a subset of the original functionality.
A media access control address of a device is an individual identifier attached to a network interface controller for communications at the data link layer of a network section. Using IPTV on Enigma2 based devices doesn’t need you to assignee your enigma2 device Mac address to your line. The only plugin that requires you to insert your device Mac address to your line is the Extreme TV plugin.
After installing the plugin, you must provide your XtreamTV Plugin ID (Mac address) to your IPTV distributor or add it yourself to your line.
Note: You can find the XtreamTV Plugin ID after you entered the plugin with your Enigma2 device under “Device Details”. Setup IPTV using XtreamTV plugin in Enigma 2
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