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Cyfra Update Problem

Do you have Cyfra+ card and you have problems with updating your card? I have this card and i have no problems with it. I am using oscam+mgcamd combination and everything works as it should. Here are my config lines:

FOR OSCAM:

oscam.server

[reader]
label                         = cyfra
protocol                      = pcsc –> this is for omnikey, replace this with your cardreader!!
device                        = 4 –> this is for omnikey only!!
detect                        = cd
mhz                           = 357
cardmhz                       = 357
group                         = x (whatever you want)
emmcache                      = 1,3,2

As you can see, this is very straight forward config. Do not forger to edit oscam.user file too:
[account]
user                          = test
pwd                           = user
group                         = x (it should be the same as in the oscam.server file)
au                            = cyfra (the same as in the oscam.server file)

Now we need to enable newcamd for Cyfra card. You need to edit oscam.conf file:

[newcamd]
port                          = 19000@0100:000068
key                           = 0102030405060708091011121314

That is it. Oscam is now configured. Lets move on to MGcamd EMU. You need to create new file newcamd.list (location is /usr/keys) and put these line in:

CWS_KEEPALIVE = 300
CWS_INCOMING_PORT = 21000
CWS = 192.168.1.119 19000 user test 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 lan server1

Bolded numbers are IP address of my OSCAM server. You need to change this of course. 19000 is the same as in oscam.conf file. User/test are the same as in oscam.user file! This is important, so be careful.

You also need to edit mg_cfg file. look for these lines:

# network mode, use summ for several clients
#    00 no network (default)
#    01 newcamd netclient
#    02 radegast netclient
#    04 camd3 netclient
#    08 gbox netclient
G: { 33 }

G setting should be set to 33. You can also try with setting 01 if you are using newcamd only. With 33 setting you can use CCcam and Newcamd protocols at the same time.

OK, we are at the end of this short tutorial. You should now get EMM updates to your card! IF NOT, please ask your Cyfra+ seller to reactivate your card. I had to do this once. I just contacted satsklep support and told them my Cyfra+ card number. They replied with email that they reactivated the card and that i need to use certain channel in order to get EMMs. I went to this channel and card was reactivated (it got EMMs).

FOR DISCUSSION ABOUT THIS ARTICLE VISIT THIS THREAD ON FORUM:

http://www.satnigmo.com/forum/index.php?threads/update-cyfra-with-mgcamd.533/

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Optimized mg_cfg file for MGcamd

MGcamd mg_cfg

First you need to make new file “mg_cfg”. Use notepad 2 or notepad ++. Then copy/paste all these lines into this new file. Config is optimized for use with CCcam and these boxes: Dreambox, VU+ and Xtrend. Debugging and logging are disabled!

# EMM messages
#    00 don’t show any EMMs (default)
#    01 show only valid EMMs
#    02 show valid and bad EMMs with complete data display
M: { 02 }

# ECM messages
#    00 don’t show anything about ecm
#    01 normal mode, show pids processed, decoded ecm and cw
#    02 verbose mode, show valid and bad ECMs with data
C: { 02 }

# AU
#    00 disable, no emm pids processed
#    01 enable, emm pids always processed for soft-au and shared cards
#    02 auto, emm started only if channel cant be decoded
#    03 process emm pids for network cards update only
A: { 01 }

# key update (sum 01 or 02 with 04)
#    01 update only new keys, default setting
#    02 update all keys (used for valid PMK checking)
#    04 enable TPS au
#    + tps SID, which pmt pid contains au pid
U: { 01 }

# config files folder (softcam, autoroll, ignore/priority)
#    00 files in /var/keys
#    01 files in /tmp
T: { 00 }

# network mode, use summ for several clients
#    00 no network (default)
#    01 newcamd netclient
#    02 radegast netclient
#    04 camd3 netclient
#    08 gbox netclient
G: { 32 }

# network retry, use summ for several options
#    00 disable
#    01 retry every new ecm
#    02 try to connect to offline shares every Q: seconds
#    04 try to detect and fast reconnect to lost (and not used atm) server
#    + XX messages number and YY seconds to reconnect
#    mg will reconnect to server, if no answer to last XX ecm/keepalive or
#    if no answer for last ecm or keepalive sent for YY seconds
#    set to 0 to disable
N: { 07 }

# network ecm timeout in seconds
K: { 02 }

# newcamd dead routes connect retry, sec
Q: { 10 }

# network shares priority
# 00 gbox, newcamd, radegast, camd3 (default)
# 01 camd3, radegast, newcamd, gbox
# 02 newcamd, camd3, gbox, radegast
P: { 01 }

# on screen display type
#    00 No OSD (default)
#    01 neutrino
#    02 enigma
#    03 relook
#    + user password for http auth
O: { 00 }

# on screen display Options, summ of:
#    01 show emu ecm
#    02 show network shares messages
#    04 show decoding failed / fta
#    08 show emm keys update
#    + web port to use for osd
S: { 11 } 80

# Log option, summ of:
#    00 off
#    01 network udp log
#    02 log to console
#    04 file, appended ! delete it by yourself, before it eat all your hdd
#    + IP udp-port log-file-name
L: { 00 }

# keep ecm cache, seconds
# every cache entry takes 28 bytes, so 24h cache will take *only* 240-400kb of memory,
# for openbox/elanvision users with remote shares make sense to set it higher than default value,
# to not hammer cards while timeshifting or playing crypted recordings.
E: { 15 }

# cache option, summ of:
#    00 Off (default)
#    01 Ecm pids cache, store pids used to decode in /tmp/ca_cache.list at exit, load at startup, same syntax as restore.list
#    02 Ecm data cache, remember CW for (E:) time
#    04 Emm cache for network cards, do not resend the same emm twice, cache not cleared until restart
H: { 04 }

# reread files, summ of:
#    00 No (default)
#    01 reread config file on channel change (including priority and ignore, but not replace/cache)
#    02 reread SoftCam.Key on channel change
#    04 reread SoftCam.Key if file changed
R: { 00 }

# debug, summ of
# 00 off (default)
# 01 debug ecm
# 02 debug emm
# 04 debug network ecm
# 08 debug network emm
# 16 debug network login
# 32 show mem/cpu stats every 1 min
# 64 add timestamp to log messages
D: { 00 }

# box type
# 00 autodetect, change only if you think wrong type detected.
# 01 dbox2
# 02 dreambox
# 03 triple-dragon
# 04 relook
# 05 openbox
B: { 06 }

# Mapping 18xx
# 00 disable mapping
# 01 map 18xx to 1801
F: { 00 }

FOR DISCUSSION ABOUT THIS ARTICLE VISIT THIS THREAD ON FORUM:

http://www.satnigmo.com/forum/index.php?threads/optimized-mg_cfg-file.531/

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Connect MGCamd and CCcam

You probably know MGCamd. This is great client EMU that is in my opinion better than CCcam and OScam (as client!!). Configuring is quite easy, you just need to have right instructions. For example, OScam is real pain in the arse when you want to set it up.

Well I prepared a package for you: http://www.satnigmo.com/MGCAMD_1.38_MIPS.rar

Here you will get mgcamd 1.36 for mipsel receivers (VU+, CT and Dreambox receivers) + two config files. One is called mg_cfg, other one is cccam.list. Both files need to be in var/keys

mg_cfg is already edited so it can be used immediately (mgcamd+cccam connection)! What you need to do is to make a C line and copy/paste it in cccam.list file. Easy! I assume you know how to make C line? First you need to make F line on your server side where cccam is running. Then simply make C line from that F line! For more instruction check google 😉

And thats it! You now have MGCamd which is connected to CCcam server. You will see that MGCamd is very fast when it comes to zapping speed 😉

FOR DISCUSSION ABOUT THIS ARTICLE VISIT THIS THREAD ON FORUM:

http://www.satnigmo.com/forum/index.php?threads/connect-mgcamd-with-cccam.532/

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