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    cccam.cfg comment le configurer

    1# CCcam team uvadi CCcam v2.0.10


    2#SERVER LISTEN PORT : 12000

    3# server can give some info about server and client connections
    # and cardinfo using telnet or webbrowser.
    #
    # Switch on/off access to info
    # default is yes
    #
    #ALLOW TELNETINFO: no
    #ALLOW WEBINFO: no

    # Show extended client info when showing client list
    # default is yes
    #
    #SHOW EXTENEDED CLIENT INFO : no

    # The webinfo service can be protected with a username and password.
    # This is switched off by default
    #
    #WEBINFO USERNAME : root
    #WEBINFO PASSWORD : dreambox

    # The telnetinfo service can be protected with a username and password.
    # This is switched off by default
    #
    #TELNETINFO USERNAME : <username>
    #TELNETINFO PASSWORD : <password>

    # default port for telnet is 16000
    # default port for web is 16001
    # supported commands:
    # info
    # activeclients
    # clients
    # servers
    # shares
    # providers
    # entitlements
    # example use:
    # echo servers | telnet localhost 16000
    # go with your browser to http://ip_CCcam_server:16001
    #
    #TELNETINFO LISTEN PORT : 16000
    #WEBINFO LISTEN PORT : 16001

    # time in seconds to keep On Screen Display active.
    # default is 0 (turned off)
    #
    #ZAP OSD TIME : 3

    # username used to show popup (default : root)
    #OSD USERNAME : root

    # password used to show popup (default : dreambox)
    #OSD PASSWORD : dreambox

    # port used to show popup (default : 80)
    #OSD PORT : 80

    # Serial reader config. Add as many as you have attached too your system
    # replaces old name 'PHOENIX READER PATH', but still works.
    # default is none
    # optionally add readertype : phoenix,mouse,uniprog,sc8in1,smartreader+
    # (when non readertype given defaults to uniprog (e.g. for mastera))
    #
    # SERIAL READER : <device> <type>
    #
    # example
    #
    #SERIAL READER : /dev/tts/0

    # Serial reader smartcard write delay.
    # Setting to finetune smartcard write speed, optimal setting depends on speed of system, and
    # speed of card. Default value is calculated, but can overrule by setting.
    # Use number of microseconds delay between bytes, 0 = no delay, -1 = calculated default
    # Note: huge difference between values 0 and 1, because of schedular overhead
    #
    # SMARTCARD WRITE DELAY : <device> <delay>
    #
    # example, 10ms write delay on smartcard in reader attached to /dev/ttyUSB0
    #
    #SMARTCARD WRITE DELAY: /dev/ttyUSB0 10000
    #
    # NOTE on sc8in1; because 8 smartcards are used on the same devicename, use
    # devicename_0 .. devicename_7 for settings which require devicename to make
    # settings per smartcard. example /dev/ttyS0_0, /dev/ttyS0_1 ..
    # example, 8ms write delay between bytes to smartcard on last sc8in1 channel, attached to /dev/tts/0
    #
    #SMARTCARD WRITE DELAY: /dev/tts/0_7 8000

    # Smartcard clock speed override
    # Setting override specified speed for smartcard.
    # Don't add setting unless you're sure what you're doing.
    # In 99% of the cases the reader selects the optimal speed.
    # Adding this setting either slows your card down, or might destroy it.
    #
    # SMARTCARD CLOCK FREQUENCY : <device> <freq>
    #
    # example
    #
    #SMARTCARD CLOCK FREQUENCY: /dev/ttyUSB0 5500000

    # if timing should be shown in OSD and debug output
    # default is no (turned off)
    #
    #SHOW TIMING : yes

    # enables mini OSD which shows server(type), cardreader, keys or fta only
    # default is no (turned off)
    #
    #MINI OSD : yes

    # turns debugging on and off
    # default is no (turned off)
    #
    #DEBUG : yes


    # should CCcam try to read and parse newcamd.conf for server connections
    # default is no (turned off)
    #
    #NEWCAMD CONF : yes


    # configure what EMM blocker you want. Add as many as readers you have attached
    # default is blocking nothing
    #
    # B: /dev/sci0 01
    # 00 - nothing
    # 01 - sa blocked
    # 02 - ua blocked
    # 04 - ga blocked
    # and sum of for combinations
    #
    #examples
    #
    #B: /dev/tts/0 07
    #B: /dev/sci0 01

    # disable all local EMM readers
    # saves lots of CPU, but you won't get any updates anymore
    # (unless you get updates from your clients)
    #
    # default: no
    #
    #DISABLE EMM : yes

    # with this setting you can
    # allow a client on two hops away
    # to send the updates to the cardserver
    #
    # default : no
    #
    #EXTRA EMM LEVEL : yes

    # with this setting you can
    # configure how many emm listeners are started.
    # for example use 2 when recording
    # and viewing different systems and both need constant updates
    #
    # default : 1
    #
    #EMM THREADS : 1

    # overrule the nds boxkey (4 byte hex)
    #
    # BOXKEY: <device> <byte1> <byte2> <byte3> <byte4>
    #
    #example
    #
    #BOXKEY: /dev/sci0 00 11 22 33

    # set card pin
    # * please be very careful with this option as you could lock your card *
    #
    # PIN: <device> <pin>
    #
    #example
    #
    #PIN: /dev/sci0 1234

    # overrule the irdeto camkey (8 byte hex), default 11 22 33 44 55 66 77 88
    #
    # CAMKEY: <device> <byte1> <byte2> <byte3> <byte4> <byte5> <byte6> <byte7> <byte8>
    #
    #example
    #
    #CAMKEY: /dev/sci0 11 22 33 44 55 66 77 88

    # overrule the irdeto camdata (64 byte hex)
    # trailing zero bytes can be omitted
    # default for unknown ASC's is 11 22 33 44 55 66 77 88 00 00 .. 00, known ASC's have other defaults
    #
    # CAMDATA: <device> <byte1> <byte2> <byte3> <byte4> <byte5> <byte6> ... <byte64>
    #
    #example, when only the first 15 camdata bytes are nonzero
    #
    #CAMDATA: /dev/sci0 11 22 33 44 55 66 77 88 99 aa bb cc dd ee ff

    # custom add id's for BEEF patched cards
    #
    # BEEF ID: <ident1> <ident2> <ident3> <ident4> <ident5> <ident6> <ident7> <ident8> <device>
    #
    #example
    #
    #BEEF ID: 4101 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 /dev/sci0

    # what Softcam.Key should CCcam try to read
    # defaults to /var/keys/SoftCam.Key
    #
    #SOFTKEY FILE : /var/keys/SoftCam.Key


    # what AutoRoll.Key should CCcam try to read
    # defaults to /var/keys/AutoRoll.Key
    #
    #AUTOROLL FILE : /var/keys/AutoRoll.Key


    # what constant.cw should CCcam try to read
    # defaults to /var/keys/constant.cw
    # file content can be like
    #
    # ca4:id6:sid4:pmtpid4:ecmpid4:key16(01 02 03...)
    #
    #STATIC CW FILE : /var/keys/constant.cw


    # in this file you can configure what CAIDs CCcam should prefer or ignore
    # defaults to /var/etc/CCcam.prio
    # file content can have ignores (I) and prio lists (P)
    #
    # note 1: I line affects both for ecm and emm (receive no emm on ignored systems)
    # P line only affects ecm choice (emm still received for all available systems, not just the priority system)
    #
    # note 2: ident 0 means 'all idents'. So 'caid:0' is the same as 'caid'.
    #
    # note 3: for some systems (e.g. nagra (caid 18xx)), the ident is not known at the time the
    # prio lists are checked. In that case, matching is done on caid only, even if the P line
    # defines nonzero idents. So for example '1801:401' behaves the same as '1801' in a P line
    # I lines work differently, they are checked two times, once before ecm or emm is received, again
    # after ecm or emm are received (and nagra ident should be known)
    # P lines are only checked once, before ecm received.
    #
    # note 4: if a P line contains caid:ident pairs which are not available for the current
    # channel, that P line is not used for that channel.
    # Example, channel has systems 626, 1801:401 then P line with "1801,100:96,626" is ignored by that channel,
    # because channel doesn't have 100:96.
    # But P line with "1801" works, and also "626,1801" will work for channel
    #
    # note 5: P lines are parsed in the order in which they are found in the prio file.
    # Only the first matching P line is used
    #
    # situation 1: ignore allways this caid, all idents, on all channels
    # I: caid
    #
    # situation 2: ignore allways this caid/ident pair
    # I: caid:ident
    #
    # situation 3: ignore this caid/ident pair, on channel 'sid'
    # I: caid:ident:sid
    #
    # situation 4: when both caid1 and caid2 exist for a channel, prefer caid1 over caid2
    # P: caid1, caid2
    #
    # situation 5: when caid1:ident1 till caidN:identN exist for a channel, use them in order of this list.
    # P: caid1:ident1, caid2:ident2, .., caidN:identN
    #
    # situation 6: when caid1:ident1 till caidN:identN exist for channel 'sid', use them in order of this list.
    # Sid on first caid/ident pair identifies sid for which list is used. All other sids ignore this list.
    # P: caid1:ident1:sid, caid2:ident2, .., caidN:identN
    #
    #CAID PRIO FILE : /var/etc/CCcam.prio

    #
    # In this file all provider idents are defined
    # The info from this file is being used in the web interface
    # format:
    # <caid><ident> "Provider description"
    #
    # PROVIDERINFO FILE : /var/etc/CCcam.providers

    #
    # In this file all channel idents are defined
    # The info from this file is being used in the web interface
    # format:
    # caid:ident:sid "Channel description"
    #
    # CHANNELINFO FILE : /var/etc/CCcam.channelinfo

    # write wrong logins to file
    # defaults is off
    #
    #LOG WARNINGS : /tmp/warnings.txt

    # global setting for stealthy login to newcamd/newcs server, N line can overrule
    # stealth modes: 0 = disabled, 1 = mgcamd new, 2 = mgcamd old, 3 = evocamd, 4 = generic
    # default: 0
    #
    #NEWCAMD STEALTH : 0

    # load balancing between identical cards, list device names of card readers containing identical cards,
    # optionally followed by a list of service id's which are to be excluded from loadbalancing
    #
    # LOADBALANCE : <device1> <device2> .. <devicen> { <exceptsid1>, <exceptsid2> .. , <exceptsidn> }
    #
    # multiple loadbalance groups can be configured, by adding multiple lines
    # warning: restart is required, when loadbalance group config changes
    #
    #example 1: load balance requests for three identical cards
    #
    # LOADBALANCE : /dev/ttyS0 /dev/ttyS1 /dev/ttyS2
    #
    #example 2: load balance requests for two almost identical cards, sid 0df3 and 0de1 are only available
    #on one of the cards, so requests for these sids shouldn't be loadbalanced
    #
    # LOADBALANCE : /dev/ttyS5 /dev/ttyS6 { 0df3,0de1 }

    # in version 1.2.1 and lower there was a problem which could lead to disconnecting clients
    # in version 1.4.0 network load was significantly reduced
    # in version 1.7.0 dangerous password bug was fixed
    # in order to take advantage of these fixes, all clients should upgrade
    # with this setting you can force that clients at least use a certain version otherwise they are denied when logging in
    #
    # default : accept all versions
    #
    #example 1: avoid disconnecting clients problem
    #
    #MINIMUM CLIENT VERSION : 1.3.0
    #
    #example 2: achieve network load decrease
    #
    #MINIMUM CLIENT VERSION : 1.4.0
    #
    #example 3: don't allow potentially wrong passwords (pre 1.7.0 has password bug)
    #
    #MINIMUM CLIENT VERSION : 1.7.0


    # Irdeto smartcards: option to disable smart chid checking for irdeto smartcards.
    # Default, only chids advertised by card are accepted.
    # This avoids a lot of unwanted card traffic
    #
    # But if smartcard has hidden/unknown chids, all chids should be tried.
    # In that case specify 'TRY ALL CHIDS' option for cardreader.
    # Use with care, enabling option causes more card traffic.
    # Only use setting when some channels don't work without it.
    # note: if even this setting don't help decode all channels, try using
    # commandline arg -l, to disable all self-learning features (warning: slower)
    #
    #TRY ALL CHIDS : <device>
    #
    #example: card in /dev/ttyUSB0 gets ecm for all possible chids, not
    #just the chids it officially supports
    #
    #TRY ALL CHIDS : /dev/ttyUSB0

    # perform smartcard post init commands
    #
    # POSTINIT : <device> <filename> (<autodelete>)
    #
    # send commands in 'filename' to 'device', and delete 'filename' when
    # optional 'autodelete' argument nonzero
    #
    #example:
    #
    #POSTINIT : /dev/sci0 /tmp/postinit
    #
    #example /tmp/postinit contents:
    #c134000003000000
    #c13201000a

    # Option to override autodetected dvb api version. Restart needed.
    #
    #DVB API: <value>
    #
    # <value> <1 = no dvb, 1 = dvb api 1, 3 = dvb api 3>
    #
    # WARNING: only use when autodetect fails!
    #
    #example, disable nonworking dvb hardware:
    #DVB API: -1

    # Option to set global share limits
    #
    #GLOBAL LIMITS: { caid:id(:downhops), caid:id(:downhops), ... }
    #
    #example:
    #
    #GLOBAL LIMITS : { 0100:000080, 0622:000000:1, 0500:000000:2 }
    #
    # all users get no 0100:000080.
    # and our 0622:000000 cards only for themself (1 hop down),
    # and 0500 cards for themself plus one additional hop down.
    # global limits are overridden by client specific limits (see F:)

    # Option to reject shares with less than required downhops on clientside
    #
    #MINIMUM DOWNHOPS: <value>
    #
    # default: 0 (don't ignore any shares)
    #
    #example:
    #
    #MINIMUM DOWNHOPS: 1
    #
    411# ingore shares that have less than 1 'downhops' (i.e. can not be shared
    # further down to other clients)

  2. #2

    Re: cccam.cfg comment le configurer

    voila on m'a donner 2 ligne c chacun d'entre elle son serveur pourtant un serveur c'est une ligne f et c'est client juste ou je me trompe ? mais je c'est meme pas ou les mettre dans mon fichier cccam.cfg quelqu'un serai gentil de me montrer svp ou m'expliquer comment le faire fonctionner merci a vous

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    Re: cccam.cfg comment le configurer

    bonsoir,
    si les lignes commencent par un "c:" tu fais un copier coller dans le fichier cccam.cfg c'est tout

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    Re: cccam.cfg comment le configurer

    salut oui tu peut les coller ou tu veut ca a pas d' importance mais fait gaffe de les coller en début de ligne sans ca # sinon sa ne marchera pas

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