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DM500C mit Newcs/Mgcamd betreiben

Dieses Thema im Forum "Dreambox 500/500+" wurde erstellt von Papiloco, 4. Juni 2010.

  1. Papiloco
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    Hallo Leute
    Versuche seit ein paat tagen meine DM500C Gemini 4.7 mit Mgcamd 1.31/Newcs 1.65 zu betreiben jedoch ohne erfolg. Habe eine Conaxkarte von Glattvision. Folgend seht ihr noch meine config.

    Danke

    <?xml version="1.0"?>
    <newCSconfig>
    <readers name="SCI">
    <device>
    <name>Lower Cardreader</name>
    <type>sci</type>
    <mhz>358</mhz>
    <node>/dev/sci0</node>
    <parity>odd</parity>
    <reset>normal</reset>
    <export>Yes</export>
    <enabled>Yes</enabled>
    <blocksa>No</blocksa>
    <blockua>No</blockua>
    <blockga>No</blockga>
    <!-- <boxkey>0000000000</boxkey> -->
    <!-- <rsa>0000000000</rsa> -->
    <irdeto-camkey>0000000000000000</irdeto-camkey>
    <irdeto-camkey-data>0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000</irdeto-camkey-data>
    <crypto-special>No</crypto-special>
    <!-- <ipk>0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000</ipk> -->
    <!-- <ucpk>0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000</ucpk> -->
    <PTShandshake>No</PTShandshake>
    <carddetect>yes</carddetect>
    <newcamd_port>15000</newcamd_port>
    <autosid>Yes</autosid>
    <Seca-PPV>no</Seca-PPV>
    <pincode>0000</pincode>
    <priority>round</priority>
    </device>
    </readers>
    <radegastserver>
    <enabled>No</enabled>
    <port>16000</port>
    <allow>
    <hostname>localhost</hostname>
    </allow>
    </radegastserver>
    <cache>
    <emm>10</emm>
    <ecm>10</ecm>
    </cache>
    <debug>
    <password>password</password>
    <level>normal</level>
    <type>init</type>
    <output>console,tcp</output>
    <console_options>normal,init</console_options>
    <tcp_port>1001</tcp_port>
    <tcp_options>normal,init</tcp_options>
    </debug>
    <newcamdserver>
    <enabled>Yes</enabled>
    <name>cardserver</name>
    <deskey>01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14</deskey>
    <user>
    <name>cardserver</name>
    <password>cardserver</password>
    <hostname>localhost</hostname>
    <port>12001</port>
    <au>on</au>
    <sidoverride>off</sidoverride>
    <spider>No</spider>
    <rate>2</rate>
    </user>
    </newcamdserver>
    <httpd>
    <server> <!-- Port to accept connections on -->
    <port>8080</port>
    <enabled>yes</enabled>
    </server>
    <user>
    <!-- valid value for userfile are:
    Any username you'd like - Used for browser to logon (its case sensitive). -->
    <name>newcs</name>

    <!-- valid value for password are:
    Any password you'd like - Used for browser to logon (its case sensitive). -->
    <password>newcs</password>

    <!-- valid value for accesslevel are:
    admin, stats - Define what rights the user has in the web-console -->
    <accesslevel>admin</accesslevel>
    </user>
    </httpd>
    </newCSconfig>


    # 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: { 01 }
    # 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: { 01 }
    # 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: { 02 }
    # 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
    U: { 04 }
    # 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: { 01 }
    # 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: { 01 }
    # network ecm timeout in seconds
    K: { 10 }
    # newcamd dead routes connect retry, sec
    Q: { 600 }
    # network shares priority
    # 00 gbox, newcamd, radegast, camd3 (default)
    # 01 camd3, radegast, newcamd, gbox
    # 02 newcamd, camd3, gbox, radegast
    P: { 00 }
    # on screen display type
    # 00 No OSD (default)
    # 01 neutrino
    # 02 enigma
    # 03 relook
    # + user password for http auth
    O: { 00 } username password
    # 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: { 03 } 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: { 03 } 172.16.1.1 28007 /tmp/mgcamd.log
    # 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: { 07 }
    # 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: { 04 }
    # 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: { 02 }


    # /var/tuxbox/config/newcamd/newcamd.conf
    #
    # newcamd mandatory settings
    #
    # Use emulator?
    EMU = yes
    # if both control word server and emulator keys are available for the
    # channel, which method should be tried first?
    PREFER_EMU = yes
    # Autoupdate for Emu and Control Word Servers
    # AU is always yes if there are betad UDS control word server
    # connected to newcamd
    AU = yes
    #
    # OSD
    #
    # number of seconds to show the newcamd OSD, works on enigma only
    # 0 seconds -> OSD off
    OSD_TIMEOUT = 0
    # Recent Enigma versions come with a new option "Use http authentication"
    # in the Expert Setup menu. If this option is enabled, the Enigma web server
    # requires all clients to authorize themselves with username (root) and
    # password (usually dbox2 or dreambox). The following option tells newcamd
    # about the authentication username and password to use for the web server
    # in order to be able to display its on screen information.
    OSD_WEB_LOGIN = root:07Aussie
    #
    # newcamd debug options
    #
    # dumps all ca systems used by a channel on the console
    SHOW_ALL_CA_SYSTEMS = no
    # print debug messages about ECM handling
    DEBUG_ECM = yes
    # print debug messages about EMM handling
    DEBUG_EMM = no
    # print debug messages about Control Word Server (CWS)
    DEBUG_CWS = yes
    # print debug messages about dbox2 CAM (cam-alpha.bin)
    DEBUG_CAM = yes
    # hex dump of entire PAT
    SHOW_PAT = no
    # hex dump of entire PMT
    SHOW_PMT = no
    # hex dump of entire ECM
    SHOW_ECM = no
    # hex dump of entire CAT
    SHOW_CAT = no
    # hex dump of entire EMM (AU)
    SHOW_EMM = no
    # show network ECM messages being sent and received from/to the cardservers
    SHOW_CWS_ECM = no
    # show network EMM messages being sent and received from/to the cardservers
    SHOW_CWS_EMM = no
    # hex dump of EMMs with wrong signature
    EMM_REPORT_WRONG_SIG = no
    #
    # newcamd optional settings
    #
    # Delay between reception of new control word and writing them into
    # the CSA registers
    # this is a default, can be changed for each individual key in keylist
    DEFAULT_CW_DELAY = 0
    # reload config on every channel zap
    RELOAD_CONFIG_ON_ZAP = yes
    # reload keylist on every channel zap
    RELOAD_KEYLIST_ON_ZAP = no
    # write osd ca info to file
    CA_INFO_FILE = /tmp/cainfo.txt
    #
    # newcamd mandatory settings for control word servers (cws)
    #
    # Cardserver list
    #
    # <hostname> <port> <username> <password> <14 byte triple-des key in hex> <lan/wan> <cardserver name>
    #
    # wan connections will be dropped and rebuild if newcamd is told so by camdcmd
    # (see admin options)
    #
    # hostname = uds to use betad, port is the serial port in that case
    #
    # CWS = uds 1 dummy dummy
    # CWS = linux.domain.com 10000 dummy2 dummy2 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 lan cardserv
    # CWS = 127.0.0.1 10000 dummy3 dummy3 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 lan cardserv
    CWS = localhost 15000 cardserver cardserver 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 lan cardserver
    #CWS = 192.168.1.41 15001 cardserver cardserver 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 lan cardserver
    #
    # newcamd optional settings for using control word servers (cws)
    #
    # Timeout for cardserver login in 100ms
    CWS_CONNECT_TIMEOUT = 20
    # Port to listen for incoming cardserver connections (reverse login)
    # and/or admin connections
    CWS_INCOMING_PORT = 12001
    # Port to get a list of all connected cardservers, just telnet to it
    CWS_DEBUG_PORT = 12002
    # send keep alive messages to servers to keep connections from dying by
    # unreasonable router NAT timeouts, make sure all cardservers/spiders you
    # conntect to are v5.25 or newer, otherwise you'll loose connection to them,
    # if set to yes
    # seems this feature is commonly misunderstood, it only keeps connections
    # open even if no data packets are using it for while (NAT routers tend to
    # forget about established tcp connections when they are inactive), it is
    # NOT to automatically reconnect to servers, see also Q&A in readme.txt
    CWS_KEEPALIVE = yes
    #
    # newcamd admin control options
    # (incoming port is the same as CWS_INCOMING_PORT)
    #
    # <password> <14 byte des key>
    #
    ADMIN_PASSWORD = test 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
     
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