Archive for February, 2012


OScam to OScam using Camd35 protocol

You can share between two Oscam servers using camd35 protocol on UDP. This is my preferred protocol. Why? Its the fastest and most reliable. I only use it to transfer local cards from my OScam server to my receivers which are running OScam as client.

Activate camd35 protocol in oscam.conf on your server and use camd35 reader on your client.

On the server

port = 27550 #choose any number here

user = user1
pwd = pass1
group = 1 #here you need to put all your local cards that you have under oscam.server file. If you do not do this, your other OScam wont be able to use your local cards! I also assume that every local has its own group, therefore use multiple numbers here: group=1,2,3,4,5
au = 1

Client receiver

label = box1
protocol = camd35
device = ipserver,27550
user = user1
password = pass1
group = 1
emmcache = 1,3,2
services = x,x,x,x,x #i strongly suggest that you also use services. In my experience, camd35 works correctly only after setting services for different providers!

Here is my config on client:

label                         = server_cccam
protocol                      = cccam
device                        =,1xxx
user                          = xxx_vuduo
password                      = xxx_vuduo
services                      = !mtvunlimited,!hdplus,!tntsat_sd,!tntsat_hd
group                         = 1
emmcache                      = 1,3,2
blockemm-unknown              = 1
blockemm-u                    = 1
blockemm-s                    = 1
blockemm-g                    = 1
cccversion                    = 2.1.1
ccckeepalive                  = 1
audisabled                    = 1

label                         = server_locals
protocol                      = camd35
device                        =,15xxx
user                          = xxx_locals
password                      = xxx_locals
services                      = mtvunlimited,cyfra,hdplus,tntsat_sd,tntsat_hd
group                         = 1

Why i use !mtvunlimited, !hdplus, etc.? Because i dont want that OScam takes these cards from my CCcam server. I want that OScam uses local cards from my OScam server. This config also ensures that cards get regular updates. As you probably know, CCcam is not reliable protocol for updating cards (in OScam). With camd35 protocol, there usually arent any problems sending EMMs.

I hope you understand this. If not, do not hesitate to drop a comment here and i will try to help you.

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For other “connect” tutorials, visit these links:


Omnikey SmartCard Reader Review

I have two Omnikey reader at home: Omnikey 3121 and 1021. Both are USB cardreader and can be used with Windows or Linux OS. Omnikeys are very popular because they are cheap and reliable. I am using them with Fedora 14 and pay-tv smartcards. I have only one major complaint. It doesnt support smartcards with Irdeto encryption. But you can use Smargo instead.


CCcam to CCcam Tutorial

How to connect two CCcams using two receivers. Easy!

Lets say we have Receiver 1 (R1) and Receiver 2 (R2). IP address of R1 (primary receiver – server) is, IP address of R2 (secondary receiver – client) is

In R1 we add this line in CCcam.cfg (you can get it on my blog, please use search in order to find it):

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

In R2 we add in CCcam.cfg this line:

C: 11111 server test no

11111 is port but this doesnt really matter, because we will be sharing only in our own house not with outside world 😉

Thats it. This is basic tutorial for homesharing with CCcam. You will maybe start to ask yourself what does 2 0 1 { 0 0 2 } mean. Well lets say that you dont need to know anything else, especially if you are the beginner. For more info you will have to visit more detailed tutorials about CCcam which can be found on my site too!

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