Hallo zusammen, ich meine sowas hier, hat da einer schon Erfahrungen mit ? NOVA soll angeblich bestens damit laufen ... schaut mal: Cardservproxy 0.8.11 -------------------- First, in order to avoid the usual confusion about the proxy: - This is not a cam emulator or card server, it knows next to nothing about ca systems, DVB concepts, iso7816 or the md api. - It's 100% memory-hogging-java, intended to run on stable servers, not on stb's or desktop pcs (although of course this may still be possible). - It's not for everyone, it could be considered an SDK for building custom sharing solutions or integrating sharing into existing communities. If you don't have any experience writing code, the proxy probably isn't for you. - Yes it's controversial. Used properly a cluster of 2 proxies could handle several thousand clients with a handful of cards, bandwidth being the only real limit. NOTE: This assumes complete understanding of all aspects of the newcamd protocol. Cardservproxy is a scalable proxy primarily for the newcamd protocol, with load balancing and cluster handling built in. It will keep track of 2 or more cardservers (typically newcs) and accept incoming connections from clients (any client that support the newcamd or radegast protocols). It removes the need for complex clients or servers, by centralizing all of the complexity. Features/benefits: - The proxy hides the servers from the clients. New servers can be added/removed on the fly without affecting traffic or having to change the clients configurations. - The proxy hides the clients from the servers, the servers will only ever have a single very busy user (the proxy) from a fixed ip. - User management is centralized in the proxy, the servers will not have to be updated to add new users. The proxy user manager is pluggable and can be connected to any external user database with a minimum of coding. - Connected servers don't have to have identical card subscriptions, the proxy can keep track of which services will decode on which card, and route requests accordingly. - The proxy will use fairly sophisticated load balancing to make sure requests are routed to the least loaded card that has the service in question. It will monitor the utilization for each card and give a clear indication when there are bottlenecks or excess capacity. - Multiple providers with different ca-systems can be hosted by the same proxy, by defining separate profiles. Each profile is assigned its own listener port(s) and any number of card servers (exactly which ca-systems are used or whether it is dvb-s/c/t doesn't matter). - Caching is centralized to the proxy (ideally the caches of the individual cardservers will never score a hit). This means that as long as someone in the same proxy or proxy cluster is watching a service, an infinite number of others can watch the same service without causing any extra traffic towards the card servers. Once there are enough cards connected to always keep all the providers services in cache at any given moment, the number of users becomes limited only by bandwidth. - The proxy is prepared for integration into existing communities (irc bots, web forums, torrent trackers) and provides an example webgui on top of an ajax-friendly generic http/xml query interface. - Multiple proxies can be clustered together by real time cache-sharing. If user a is watching a service on proxy1, then user b can watch the same service on proxy2 without causing any requests towards a card server. - The proxy can be used as a protocol analyzer or general troubleshooting tool, since it decrypts/encrypts newcamd and allows user created plugins to be added. - Nearly all changes to configuration can be performed without restarts, the proxy monitors the config file proxy.xml and most other resources. - As of 0.8.10, new user created connector implementations (protocols) can be added in the same manner as plugins. - Full java source is available. The creator accepts no responsibility or liability for any breach of provider contracts or local laws resulting from the use of this code. The proxy prefers a sun JRE (1.4.2 or later) but others like JamVM _may_ work. If you're interested in getting the proxy to run properly under gcj/gij or any other non-sun jre, contact me on efnet (be prepared to make source changes). To get started read the example configs and the proxy-reference.html, + the changelog and cardproxy.sh start script. INSTALL NOTES: - Mainly tested on sun jre 1.4.2 and 1.5 (but the latest java6 release should of course also work fine). No installation is necessary, get the self extracting dist and unpack wherever. Both are available here: Dieser Link ist nur für Mitglieder!!! Jetzt kostenlos Registrieren ? (sun previous releases) Which one works best will depend on your environment. Later versions will probably work as well. - The cardproxy.sh start script is just an example, you will likely need to edit it. If you have multiple jre's or jdk's installed then put the full path to the one you intend to use in the line that starts java. If it fails for no apparent reason then check the log/cardserv-sysout.log where all stdout and stderr output should end up. - To start without the script (on any OS): cd <csproxy dir>; java -jar lib/cardservproxy.jar - If you start the proxy with no proxy.xml configuration file in the config dir, a skeleton config will be generated. - When running under windows, use the prepared java service wrapper setup (jsw-win32.zip) to install the proxy as a proper nt service (kept running regardless of user login/logout and started automatically at boot). Make sure the all the jsw files are in a dir called jsw in the proxy home dir, and set silent="true" for the logging in proxy.xml or you'll have duplicate logs. Also make sure you can successfully start the proxy from cmdline before you try it as a service. NOTE: Do not try to run the jsw wrapper.exe manually, it will only work when started by the installed service entry. NOTE: It is of course also possible to start the proxy as a normal java app, without the script (see above) or even with the script, using cygwin bash: Dieser Link ist nur für Mitglieder!!! Jetzt kostenlos Registrieren ? CONFIGURATION NOTES: (checklist for a basic setup) - Define ca-profiles, one for each provider/vendor/card-type (yes if two providers happen to use the same ca-system, two separate profiles are still required). Ca-profiles can be thought of as virtual cardservers, and will seem to the clients like single cards (with a potentially infinite capacity). If you have an enigma1 services file (dreambox) you can fetch that and place it where the proxy can read it and point it out in the profile definition. This will get you friendly readable names for each service rather than just service id. Multiple profiles can read from the same services file if you specify a provider string as a filter (see proxy-reference.html). - Define newcamd/radegast listen-ports as needed for each profile (always use newcamd if you have a choice). Usually only one port is required per profile (or two if you need both newcamd and radegast listeners), but it is now possible to have an arbitrary number of listen ports for the same profile, complete with their own accept/deny lists and other protocol-specific settings. - Define cws-connectors for each cardserver that the proxy should connect to. Use one newcamd-connector or radegast-connector for each card, and again newcamd is prefered if you have the option (and there would be no point in connecting to the same card twice with different protocols, don't try it). Specify which profile each connector belongs to. If the server doesn't always contain the same card then you can omit the profile, but then you need to be sure that ca-id is correctly specified in each ca-profile. If you have multiple proxies accessing the same cardserver (or other clients on the side connecting directly to a cardserver) make sure they all use different accounts in the server. - Define user accounts that the clients can use to access the proxy profiles. Alternatively, plug in your own user- manager that makes use of an existing database. Keep in mind that by default users are only allowed 1 connection, so if you have multiple profiles that users are supposed to have access to simultaneously then you need to increase the max-connections attribute to be at least equal to the number of profiles. As of 0.8.2, the default is changed from 1 to the number of profiles accessible to the user (e.g if he has profiles="profile1 profile2 profile3" max-connections becomes 3). This means you only need to change max-connections for users that need more than one client. - Check all general options in proxy.xml against the proxy-reference.html docs. The defaults in the provided example configs are not necessarily reasonable, you will actually have to understand what most of the settings mean. As of 0.8.1 you can start the proxy without proxy.xml, and a skeleton example will be generated for you (in ./config). - Set the log level to info or fine, switch debug on, along with log-ecm and log-emm. Watch the logs as you start the proxy and make sure it is able to connect properly to all defined servers, then see what happens when clients connect to the ca-profiles. Once you get everything working smoothly, you can switch off debug and use info or warning level. --- Some important caveats for the automatic SERVICE MAPPING: - If there is only one card in a profile, or multiple identical cards (same subscription/services) it is probably best to disable service mapping entirely for that profile (although the webgui will be more interesting if it is left on). - Make sure the newcs user for the proxy doesn't have any rate limit set, since this would be immediately exceeded and result in cannot decode replies which would screw up the service mapping. Avoid connecting to the same account with multiple proxies or proxies + other clients, use one account for each connection. - There is a very limited tolerance for bad ecms. If a card connector fails to decode 2 ecms in a row for service X (for whatever reason) the proxy will assume service X is no longer available on that card and stop using it for that. If one client sends bad ecms that result in cannot decode replies when this shouldn't happen, the service mapper may remove services from card connectors incorrectly (which affects all users). For users with erratic clients that cause problems like these, try setting map-exclude="true" and the proxy will not draw any mapping conclusions based on this user's ecms. Likewise if you have any untrusted users, you probably want them excluded from the mapping to avoid deliberate sabotage. NOTE: There is no point in setting map-exclude for ALL users, that would amount to disabling service mapping entirely. - If you're having problems with bad ecms or other artefacts causing the service map to incorrectly remove services from card connectors, try auto-reset-threshold="1" for the affected profile. This will cause lost services to be found again more or less immediately, but will generate a lot of unnecessary probing if clients try to watch services that really can't be decoded on any card. Using the retry-lost-services setting for all profiles with mapping enabled is recommended. Use block-services to list all services known not to decode anywhere, to reduce unecessary probing. - The proxy has no way to determine whether the contents of an ecm is valid or appropriate for the profile. It will assume that everything received on a given profile port is intended for the provider/vendor of that profile. It's essential that profiles are set up correctly and all clients know which port to use, since if card connectors or clients from multiple providers are mixed within one profile the service mapping will become seriously confused or fail altogether. If you see services appearing and disappearing at random from the card connectors then this is likely your problem. - Clients that do not (or cannot) specify correct serviceid in each request, will only work well in profiles where all cards are identical (can decode the same services) or where there is only one card. Future versions may improve on this. If you have hw clients like alex-cs, cardlink.nl or lce that cannot know the sid, you probably want to create a separate profile for them, and include only cards with (roughly) the same sids available. - If you face recurring issues with the automatic service mapping, manually specifying service lists for each connector is possible. This is achieved by using elements can-decode-sids and cannot-decode-sids per connector config (see proxy- reference.html).