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Connect OScam with CCcam using CCcam protocol

This tutorial will be short. It is intended for people who have CCcam central server (Linux PC for example) and receivers with OScam which act as clients. Protocol which is used between OScam and CCcam is good old CCcam ūüôā

Put these lines in oscam.server:

[reader]
label                         = remote
protocol                      = cccam
device                        = 192.168.1.119,12333  #Change these two settings according to your setup. 12333 is port of my CCcam server. If OScam and CCcam runs on same receiver, just use 127.0.0.1 instead of regular 192.168.x.x IP address!
user                          = test #You will have to create F line in CCcam.cfg with username and password that you used here!
password                      = testxxx
group                         = 1
emmcache                      = 1,3,2

This config is basic but you dont need additional (more advanced) settings. It works just fine! If you want faster zapping, then i recommend that you setup oscam.dvbapi file!

In CCcam.cfg create this line:

F: test testxxx 2 0 0 { 0:0:1 }

2 0 0 means that your receiver will get your local cards (if you have them), hop 1 and hop 2 cards. If you have server with only hop1 cards, you can just use 1 0 0

0 0 1 means that your receivers cannot share to other receivers. Thats ok, because you dont need reshare in your house. Reshare (0 0 2) is usually needed if you are sharing with clients outsite your house.

Thats it, for more info use comments.

For discussion please visit this thread:

http://www.satnigmo.com/forum/index.php?threads/oscam-to-cccam-cccam-protocol.541/

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Connect OScam and CCcam using Newcamd protocol

You will have to edit or create three files: oscam.conf, oscam.user and CCcam.cfg!

oscam.conf:

[newcamd]
Key = 0102030405060708091011121314
Port = 34000@0b00:000000 #this is example for MTV Unlimited or any other Conax card that have 0b00 caid!

oscam.user:

[account]
User = test
Pwd = test2
Group = x #same as in oscam.server file
AU = xxx #same as in oscam.server file

CCcam.cfg:
N: 127.0.0.1 34000 test test2 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 256

First number is IP address of your OScam server. 127.0.0.1 is used when you have CCcam and OScam on same server or receiver. If you have OScam installed somewhere else, then use regular IP (192.168.1.x). Then there is port number (34000) and username(test)/password(test2).

At the end there are a bunch of strange numbers (01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14). They are always the same, do not change them!! You can also optionally add 256 at the end of N line. This means that your card will show as local card in CCcam. This trick is quite popular these days because many cards can be read in OScam only!

Newcamd Extended protocol also exists but its not supported within OScam. This protocol is better than ordinary Newcamd, because it supports more CAIDs per port. Because of this issue, ordinary Newcamd is not very user friendly!

For discussion please visit this thread:

http://www.satnigmo.com/forum/index.php?threads/oscam-to-cccam-newcamd-protocol.542/

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Connect OScam with CCcam using Camd35 protocol

You will have to edit or create three files: oscam.conf, oscam.user and CCcam.cfg!

oscam.conf:

[cs357x] #DO NOT USE [camd35] as this is obsolete in newer oscams!
port = 15991 #this is an example, you can use different numbers
serverip = 192.168.1.11 #this is your IP of your server where you have your OScam running!

oscam.user:

[account]
User = test
Pwd = test2
Group = x #same as in oscam.server file
AU = xxx #same as in oscam.server file. You can use this universal settings: AU=1

CCcam.cfg:
L: 192.168.1.11 15991 test test2 0b00 000000 256

First number is IP address of your server. In my case its 192.168.1.11, you can also use 127.0.0.1 if you have CCcam and OScam running on the same receiver or server. Then there are port number (15991) and username(test)/password(test2).

At the end there is CAID number and provider ID of your package and you can also optionally add 256. This means that your card will show as local in CCcam. Same trick as with Newcamd protocol! Pretty neat, right?

Camd35 is considered to be better than Newcamd. The biggest limitation of Newcamd is that it only support one caid per port. For every caid you need to create different port. Pretty annoying! Camd35 on the other hand support more caids per port.

For discussion please visit this thread here:

http://www.satnigmo.com/forum/index.php?threads/oscam-to-cccam-camd35-protocol.543/

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