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    Sharing two dreambox locally in a LAN

    I have DM500 and DM600 I am using CCcam_2.0.11 on both.
    Can someone help me on how to setup One as a server to the other as a client
    Be kind and make it simple.

    PS I am using a PC to access the internet. All connected to a router

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    Re: Sharing two dreambox locally in a LAN

    Hello M8
    you want to share your DM's over your LAN
    it is quite simple to do

    firstly you need to no the IP addresses of your Dreamboxes The IP address of the server (IPaddressofserver) should be static, this can be done by unchecking the DHCP box in the communication setup

    Do you know how to FTP your boxes. If you do

    FTP the box you want to run as a server and edit the file var/etc/CCcam.cfg and add the line
    F: username userpassword

    Use usernames and passwords to suit you

    Then start server with the CCcam2.0.11/NewCS cam

    Then FTP the box you want to run as a client and edit the file var/etc/CCcam.cfg and add the line
    C: IPaddresofserver 12000 username userpassword

    CCcam by defult listens to port 12000 but to make sure in the server CCcam.cfg file there should be a line # SERVER LISTEN PORT 12000 Change this to SERVER LISTEN PORT 12000

    Then start the client with the CCam2.0.11 cam

    Good luck

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    Re: Sharing two dreambox locally in a LAN

    You made my day....

    One thing I could not understand ( Can you believe that !!!)

    You mentioned CCccam_2.0.11/Newcs !!!

    Do I have to download Newcs as well ???

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    Re: Sharing two dreambox locally in a LAN

    Here the status:

    Before modification:

    Both boxes have static addressees
    Both have N: lines with the details of the External server I use
    Both can access the external server and I get my channels

    After the changes you kindly outlined ( I forward port 12000 for the Server in the router I made this change myself!!!! you did not ask for it)

    1. Commented the N: on the client machine and added the C: line with the server IP and USER/PW
    2. Added SERVER PORT 12000 ( I copied your text) to the server
    3. Added the F: line in the Server machine with the USER/PW

    Status

    Server is working as before
    Client I get "Service could not be found" I get NO CHANNEL Free or otherwise

    If you need a bug report to help, let me know But with step by step as you did before

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    Re: Sharing two dreambox locally in a LAN

    If you downloaded CCcam 2.0.11 - complete via you Blue panel / Addons menu in your DM. The NewCS server should already be installed.
    You need to select the correct cam CCcam 2.0.11/NewCS 1.60 and re-start it. It wont work if just CCcam 2.0.11 is running

    Good Luck

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    Re: Sharing two dreambox locally in a LAN

    False Alarm...

    IT worked worked worked ....WoW

    You made my year.......yes 2009
    Have a lovely one

    PS The Sat Cable was not properly connected so I have no signal !!!!

    Dr Adenauer ( German Chancellor) once looked up to talk to God and said

    This is not fair ...YOU put a limit to intelligence and NO LIMIT to Stupidity!!!!

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