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    CCcam no working after major IMAGE Upgrade

    I have not updated my reciever since 2016 but it has been working fine running CCcam 2.3.0
    I'm am looking at IPTV, so I decided to upgrade my OPENVIX IMAGE from 3.2.004 to 5.3.005
    My settings backups were incompatible so I had to manually reset everything!
    However, I loaded CCcam directly from the image addons and used DCC to reload my CCcam.cfg
    CCcam 2.3.0 is up and running, but none of my encrypted channels will open.
    I've played around for hours, but I'm unsure how to trace the problem, it all seems to be ok.
    Do I have a compatibility issue with CCcam and the new image?
    Advice gratefully recieved.

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    Which encrypted channels? If Sky premium channels, they are long gone.........


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    use oscam instead and convert your cccam.cfg with convertor program.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy_Hazza View Post
    Which encrypted channels? If Sky premium channels, they are long gone.........


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    Hi. I'm in Spain. I know that Sky has gone I watch UK FTA channels on Freesat. I have a motor and USALS setup for 40East to 30West and I open Digital+ and Movistar, for various Eurosport etc. My missus loves Mezzo HD Classical Music channel.

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    I'm running ccam 2.3 with openvix 5.3 without issue. I was able to import settings as I updated from 5.2 right enough and have generally kept openvix up to date previously.

    In the ccam plugin settings, is your provider showing green under 'servers'?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bellejt View Post
    use oscam instead and convert your cccam.cfg with convertor program.
    I've installed OSCAM and spent hours working it out, but I still have a problem. I can see everything in the WebIf and it seems to be a connection problem. Under 'Status' it says 'proxies 3/3 (0 of 3 online)', and at the end of the lines it says ERROR. It's may be a simple mistake in the .server or .conf files but I need a little help.

    (I guess it might be the same connection problem with cccam, so it might not be those files).

    (I also have a new provider and router. Would that make any difference?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liamalone View Post
    In the ccam plugin settings, is your provider showing green under 'servers'?
    Yes, I have a green 'tick' in 'softcam manager'. I also have a green tick with Oscam now, but still no luck. I think it might be a connection issue.

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    I've now spent hours learning, and reflashed the box lots of times. I now have a clean install with OSCAM only and I have found the oscam.log file (attached). It's clear from that, it's not connecting, but I need some help to enterpret the file and understand what the problem is.
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    I've now spent hours learning, and reflashed the box lots of times. I now have a clean install with OSCAM only and I have found the oscam.log file (attached). It's clear from that, it's not connecting, but I need some help to enterpret the file and understand what the problem is.

    I've also done Network test in Network Setup menu and it all comes up green. Also the plugins are all available in the menus, so the box must be online.

    Makes me think Passwords. But nothing has changed.

    Do I need to contact umbrellasharing.tv? But I've used this arrangement for several years, the main change has been the Image Upgrade. Plus I am now with a 4G router and more download speed, and I operate as client only.
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    Hi, use DCC and telnet, look in /usr/bin and see the exact name of your bin, oscam or CCcam and go with telnet also...../usr/bin/oscam and entr. and see the answer....
    config fichiers are frequently in /etc/tuxbox/config....

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    I have deleted the attachment. Please check debug logs before you upload and delete any sensitive information.

    Code:
    (reader) serv20.xxxxxxx.com [cccam] connecting to serv20.xxxxxxxxx.com:13100
    (reader) serv07.xxxxxxx.com [cccam] connecting to serv07.xxxxxxxxx.com:12900
    (reader) serv21.xxxxxxx.com [cccam] connecting to serv21.xxxxxxxxx.com:13150
    Code:
    connect failed: Connection timed out

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    Okay #abu baniaz, got that. Bit of a naive error, sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raoul74 View Post
    Hi, use DCC and telnet, look in /usr/bin and see the exact name of your bin, oscam or CCcam and go with telnet also...../usr/bin/oscam and entr. and see the answer....
    config fichiers are frequently in /etc/tuxbox/config....
    Thanks m8, but I'm struggling to understand you. I look in usr/bin (there is also a usr/sbin) but neither contain any folders. And there are no files with oscam or ccccam in the title.
    And yes, my config files are /etc/tuxbox/config

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    Quote Originally Posted by peterthepainter View Post
    Okay #abu baniaz, got that. Bit of a naive error, sorry.
    Code:
    2020/02/04 22:13:25 00000000 s >> OSCam << cardserver log switched, version 1.20_svn, build r11572 (mipsel-oe-linux)
    2020/02/04 22:13:25 00000000 s     (main) System name    = Linux
    2020/02/04 22:13:25 00000000 s     (main) Host name      = vusolo2
    2020/02/04 22:13:25 00000000 s     (main) Release        = 3.13.5
    2020/02/04 22:13:25 00000000 s     (main) Version        = #1 SMP Thu Oct 3 21:09:12 UTC 2019
    2020/02/04 22:13:25 00000000 s     (main) Machine        = mips
    2020/02/04 22:13:25 00000000 s     (main) Stb model      = dm8000
    2020/02/04 22:13:25 00000000 s     (main) Stb vumodel    = vusolo2
    2020/02/04 22:13:25 00000000 s     (main) Stb boxtype    = vusolo2
    2020/02/04 22:13:25 00000000 s     (main) creating pidfile /tmp/.oscam/oscam.pid with pid 15811
    2020/02/04 22:13:25 00000000 s   (config) services reloaded: 0 services freed, 4 services loaded, rejected 0
    2020/02/04 22:13:25 00000000 s   (config) userdb reloaded: 1 accounts loaded, 0 expired, 0 disabled
    2020/02/04 22:13:25 00000000 s     (main) signal handling initialized
    2020/02/04 22:13:25 00000000 s   (config) 2 provid's loaded
    2020/02/04 22:13:25 00000000 s   (config) 2 service-id's loaded in 0 ms
    2020/02/04 22:13:25 00000000 s      (net) cs378x: initialized (fd=5, port=13001)
    2020/02/04 22:13:25 00000000 s      (net) newcamd: initialized (fd=6, port=12121)
    2020/02/04 22:13:25 00000000 s      (net) cccam: initialized (fd=7, port=12000)
    2020/02/04 22:13:25 00000000 s   (reader) serv20.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com [cccam] creating thread for device serv20.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com
    2020/02/04 22:13:25 00000000 s   (reader) serv21.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com [cccam] creating thread for device serv21.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com
    2020/02/04 22:13:25 00000000 s   (reader) serv07.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com [cccam] creating thread for device serv07.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com
    2020/02/04 22:13:25 00000000 s     (main) waiting for local card init
    2020/02/04 22:13:25 0710DFF9 p   (reader) serv20.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com: resolved ip=69.172.201.153
    2020/02/04 22:13:25 0710DFF9 p   (reader) serv20.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com [cccam] connecting to serv20.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com:x1xxx
    2020/02/04 22:13:26 2EED6649 p   (reader) serv21.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com: resolved ip=69.172.201.153
    2020/02/04 22:13:26 2EED6649 p   (reader) serv21.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com [cccam] connecting to serv21.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com:x2xxx
    2020/02/04 22:13:26 516DAE68 h    (webif) webif: decompressed 165646 bytes back into 402448 bytes
    2020/02/04 22:13:26 516DAE68 h    (webif) HTTP Server running. ip=0.0.0.0 port=8888
    2020/02/04 22:13:26 7237B123 p   (reader) serv07.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com: resolved ip=69.172.201.153
    2020/02/04 22:13:26 7237B123 p   (reader) serv07.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com [cccam] connecting to serv07.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com:x3xxx
    2020/02/04 22:13:26 00000000 s     (main) init for all local cards done
    2020/02/04 22:13:26 00000000 s (emmcache) loading emmcache disabled since no reader is using it!
    2020/02/04 22:13:26 00000000 s (emmcache) loading emmstats disabled since no reader is using it!
    2020/02/04 22:13:26 493D0F2F c   (client) plain dvbapi-client granted (dvbapiau, au=auto (4 reader))
    2020/02/04 22:13:26 493D0F2F c   (dvbapi) dvbapi channelcache loaded from /var/tuxbox/config/oscam.ccache
    2020/02/04 22:13:26 493D0F2F c   (dvbapi) Detected /dev/dvb/adapter0/demux0 Api: 0, userconfig boxtype: 1 maximum number of filters is 64 (oscam limit is 64)
    2020/02/04 22:13:26 493D0F2F c   (dvbapi) Detected /dev/dvb/adapter0/ca0 device, total available descramblers: 16
    2020/02/04 22:13:26 493D0F2F c   (dvbapi) Demuxer 0 found 0 ECM pids and 11 STREAM pids in CA PMT
    2020/02/04 22:13:29 0710DFF9 p   (reader) serv20.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com [cccam] connect failed: Connection timed out
    2020/02/04 22:13:29 0710DFF9 p   (reader) serv20.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com [cccam] proxy initialized, server serv20.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com:x1xxx
    2020/02/04 22:13:29 2EED6649 p   (reader) serv21.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com [cccam] connect failed: Connection timed out
    2020/02/04 22:13:29 2EED6649 p   (reader) serv21.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com [cccam] proxy initialized, server serv21.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com:x2xxx
    2020/02/04 22:13:29 7237B123 p   (reader) serv07.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com [cccam] connect failed: Connection timed out
    2020/02/04 22:13:29 7237B123 p   (reader) serv07.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com [cccam] proxy initialized, server serv07.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com:x3xxx
    2020/02/04 22:13:42 7237B123 p   (reader) serv07.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com [cccam] connecting to serv07.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com:x3xxx
    2020/02/04 22:13:42 0710DFF9 p   (reader) serv20.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com [cccam] connecting to serv20.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com:x1xxx
    2020/02/04 22:13:42 2EED6649 p   (reader) serv21.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com [cccam] connecting to serv21.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com:x2xxx
    2020/02/04 22:13:45 0710DFF9 p   (reader) serv20.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com [cccam] connect failed: Connection timed out
    2020/02/04 22:13:45 7237B123 p   (reader) serv07.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com [cccam] connect failed: Connection timed out
    2020/02/04 22:13:46 2EED6649 p   (reader) serv21.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com [cccam] connect failed: Connection timed out
    2020/02/04 22:13:55 0710DFF9 p   (reader) serv20.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com [cccam] connecting to serv20.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com:x1xxx
    2020/02/04 22:13:55 7237B123 p   (reader) serv07.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com [cccam] connecting to serv07.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com:x3xxx
    2020/02/04 22:13:55 2EED6649 p   (reader) serv21.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com [cccam] connecting to serv21.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com:x2xxx
    2020/02/04 22:13:59 0710DFF9 p   (reader) serv20.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com [cccam] connect failed: Connection timed out
    2020/02/04 22:13:59 7237B123 p   (reader) serv07.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com [cccam] connect failed: Connection timed out
    2020/02/04 22:13:59 2EED6649 p   (reader) serv21.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.com [cccam] connect failed: Connection timed out
    Hoping this is more acceptable, and that it might help someone to sort me out.

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    All three connections failed, are you sure you have converted correctly? Might be better to ask on another forum with less stringent rules than us on what you are doing.

    You can also view using oscam status.

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