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  • How to : Configure Oscam + Mgcamd as softcam

    This tutorial will explain how to use the Open Source Conditional Access Module (Oscam) as a server to read your Sly white card and Mgcamd as the softcam.

    OSCAM CONFIGURATION

    All Oscam configuration files are located in /var/tuxbox/config folder for Enigma1 or /etc/tuxbox/config for Enigma2 receivers.
    The three important files are:

    oscam.conf
    oscam.server
    oscam.user


    The oscam.conf is as follows:

    Code:
    [global] 
    logfile = /tmp/oscam.log 
    nice = -1 
    preferlocalcards = 1 
    saveinithistory = 1 
    resolvegethostby**** = 1 
    
    # logging 
    #pidfile = /var/run/oscam.pid 
    logfile = /var/log/oscam.log 
    usrfile = /var/log/oscamuser.log 
    cwlogdir = /var/log/cw.log 
    maxlogsize = 1000 
    
    [monitor] 
    port = 0 
    nocrypt = 
    aulow = 30 
    hideclient_to = 15 
    monlevel = 3 
    appendchaninfo = 0 
    
    [newcamd] 
    port = 34000@0963:000000 
    key = 0102030405060708091011121314 
    allowed = 
    keepalive = 1 
    mgclient = 0 
    
    [webif] 
    httpport = 3001 
    httphelplang = en 
    httpuser = admin 
    httppwd = admin 
    httprefresh = 10 
    httpallowed = 192.168.1.1-192.168.1.255 
    httphideidleclients = 1 
    httpreadonly = 0 
    httpsavefullcfg = 0  
    In this section we have used [newcamd] as the client protocol, the port we want to use for the server (34000) and the card type we want this port to service (0963 NDS white card as used by Sly Digital UK).

    The [webif] is the section we define the web interface configuration. We set such options as user****, password, port to access the webinterface. The httpallowed section is what clients we want to connect, the above example allows client with an IP address range of 192.168.1.1-192.168.1.255 to connect, therefore we do not allow external clients to connect. Modify this section to reflect the subnet on your local area network.

    The oscam.server file is as follows:

    Code:
    [reader] 
    label = slot1 
    enable = 1 
    Protocol = internal 
    Detect = CD 
    Device = /dev/sci0 
    group = 1 
    EMMCache = 1,3,2 
    boxid = ******xx 
    blockemm-u = 0 
    blockemm-s = 0 
    blockemm-g = 1 
    blockemm-unknown = 1 
    caid = 0963  
    In this section we specific the details of the card we wish to share.

    The [Device=/dev/sci0] related to the first card slot in the receiver., if you are using the bottom slot [Device=/dev/sci1]

    The [boxid] is entered here please note latest releases of OSCam do not require the box key to be included in the oscam.server file just remove or # out boxid = ******xx and it will detect it automatically.

    The [caid ]is the card we are to read (0963 NDS white card as used by Sly Digital UK).

    The oscam.user file is as follows:

    Code:
    [account] 
    user = ***xx 
    pwd = ***xx 
    group = 1 
    uniq = 1 
    monlevel = 0 
    au = 1 
    caid = 0963 
    cccmaxhops = -1 
    cccreshare = -10  
    This is where all users accounts are created.

    [au] set this to 1 for only one user, who is the only user allowed to send EMM from the client. You can use the web interface to add more user accounts or modify the oscam.user file and add accounts as required.

    For following oscam.user file has 3 accounts setup.

    Code:
    [account] 
    user = *** 
    pwd = *** 
    group = 1 
    uniq = 1 
    monlevel = 0 
    au = 1 
    caid = 0963 
    cccmaxhops = -1 
    cccreshare = -10 
    
    [account] 
    user = zzz 
    pwd = zzz 
    uniq = 1 
    monlevel = 0 
    au = 0 
    caid = 0963 
    cccmaxhops = -1 
    cccreshare = -10 
    
    [account] 
    user = yyy 
    pwd = yyy 
    disabled = 1 
    group = 1 
    uniq = 1 
    monlevel = 0 
    au = 0 
    caid = 0963 
    cccmaxhops = -1 
    cccreshare = -10 
    group = 1  
    As you can see, we only allow one user account to au by setting the option to 1 for a single user account and 0 for the other user accounts.
    Once oscam configuration is complete, connect to the web interface via your favourite browser and check the debug information on the main page or use this shell command in telnet.

    Code:
    tail -f /var/log/oscam.log

    If no errors were detected, then oscam is ready as a server and waiting for clients to connect.

    MGCAMD CONFIGURATION

    We will use Mgcamd as a client, Modify the newcamd.list file located in /var/keys. The following is an example of the newcamd.list file connect to an internal oscam server on IP address 192.168.1.7, port 34000, with user**** and password as ***.

    Code:
    CWS_KEEPALIVE = 300 
    CWS_INCOMING_PORT = 21000 
    CWS= 192.168.1.7 34000 *** *** 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 lan oscam2  
    The mg_cfg file is located in/var/keys has the configuration for Mgcamd client.

    Code:
    # 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: { 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 } 0x12c0 
    # 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: { 07 } 5 30 
    # network ecm timeout in seconds 
    K: { 05 } 
    # 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 } admin newcs 
    # 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: { 00 } 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-**** 
    #L: { 03 } 172.16.1.1 28007 /tmp/mgcamd.log 
    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: { 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: { 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: { 00 }  
    Only a single MGcamd client needs to be configured to update the EMM. Set the AU option (A to 1 just for one client.

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