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Master Geek
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  Reply # 260964 4-Oct-2009 12:40 Send private message

So all is going well until here:

[15:58:45 ] [ Newcamd:15000 ] rlogin for user tuner1 fd 1324
[ 15:58:45 ] [ Newcamd ] new connection from 127.0.0.1 on socket 1348
[ 15:58:45 ] [ Newcamd:15000 ] Connection from 127.0.0.1
[ 15:58:45 ] [ Newcamd:15000 ] got rnd from tuner1 fd 1324
[ 15:58:45 ] [ Newcamd:15000 ] server name to localhost:15000.
des_decrypt: bad len ?
[ 15:58:45 ] [ Newcamd:15000 ] Can't decrypt client msg, rejecting!

In other words NEWCS starts up & reads your card ok. Then 127.0.0.1 logins but there is a 'disconnect' between Server & Client. I notice you have set Newcamdserver (in NEWCS config) to be 'localhost' but in a post further up you listed your newcamd config as 10.1.1.3 :

newcamd:10.1.1.3:15000:1/0100/ffff:xxxx:xxxx:0102030405060708091011121314

Yet from your log the client is: 127.0.0.1 ? Did you change your final newcamd config to be 'localhost' or 127.0.0.1?

That's about all I can think of. If your newcamd config is correct (so that is not the problem) try asking for help on 'EuroCardSh____g Forum, or AustechInfo Forum, the guys there are very experienced.

Goodluck.

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Master Geek


  Reply # 261033 4-Oct-2009 22:10 Send private message

I changed it all to localhost. I don't know where 127.0.0.1 comes from.

Would it help to change it to that?

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Master Geek


  Reply # 261078 5-Oct-2009 09:59 Send private message

I recheck the local host and changed everything to 127.0.0.1 with the same result. The I restarted and started the DVBViewer first, then NewCS with the following result:-

This is NewCS 1.65 - the New CardServer by the Butter-team..
Compiled on Jan 19 2009 at 17:54:08
Reading Config file from newcs.xml
TCP-log password is enabled, set to: NewCSpwd
level: internal
type: all
output: console,tcp
logger config: level 16777215 type 255 output 5
Console log options: level 16777215 type 255
TCP log options: level 1 type 255
[ 22:12:42 ] [ Box detect ] Windows Vista Build 7600
[ 22:12:42 ] [ Config ] Option for device 0 (Phoenix on Com1) not present, defaulting to N
O
[ 22:12:42 ] [ Config ] Pincode for device 0 (Phoenix on Com1): 0000
[ 22:12:42 ] [ Config ] Option for device 0 (Phoenix on Com1) not present, no static sids adde
d to filter
[ 22:12:42 ] [ Config ] COM1 ECM priority: round
[ 22:12:42 ] [ Chameleon2 ] Adding name myname on destination remote (Realm: myShares) on port 1234
- 0x28f968 [ op ptr 0x12b5940 ]
[ 22:12:42 ] [ Newcamd ] Server name : newcs
[ 22:12:42 ] [ Newcamd ] Des key : 0102030405060708091011121314
[ 22:12:42 ] [ Config ] Option not present for User: tuner1, NO reader control enabled
[ 22:12:42 ] [ Newcamd ] User 2: tuner1, Pass: b1teme, Host 127.0.0.1, Port: 15000, Au: On, Spider a
llowed: No, Sidoverride: No, level: 1
[ 22:12:42 ] [ EMM Cache ] Initialising dynamic Cache
[ 22:12:42 ] [ ECM Cache ] Initialising dynamic Cache
[ 22:12:42 ] Calibrating delay loops
[ 22:12:42 ] usleep(5) takes: 0 s 1000 us
[ 22:12:42 ] usleep(10) takes: 0 s 1000 us
[ 22:12:42 ] usleep(100) takes: 0 s 1000 us
[ 22:12:42 ] usleep(500) takes: 0 s 1000 us
[ 22:12:42 ] Allocation memory for 200 regular users
[ 22:12:42 ] [ Loader ] Starting Telnet on port 1001
[ 22:12:42 ] [ SockSrv ] Server thread started
[ 22:12:42 ] [ Loader ] Reader type 2 on node COM1
[ 22:12:42 ] [ CardMan ] Reseting reader parameters
[ 22:12:42 ] [ Phoenix ] Opening device COM1
[ 22:12:42 ] [ Phoenix ] Could not get device COM1
[ 22:12:42 ] [ Phoenix ] Setting parity to ODD on node COM1
[ 22:12:42 ] [ Phoenix ] Setting 1 Stop bit on node COM1
[ 22:12:42 ] [ Phoenix ] Setting baud to 9600
[ 22:12:44 ] Phoenix_read:

[ 22:12:44 ] [ CardMan ] Atr header is 00 00 [NORMAL]
[ 22:12:44 ] [ Loader ] Unknown card
[ 22:12:44 ] [ Loader ] Trying Irdeto (T=14)
[ 22:12:44 ] [ Loader ] Reader type 2 on node COM1
[ 22:12:44 ] [ CardMan ] Reseting reader parameters
[ 22:12:44 ] [ Phoenix ] Opening device COM1
[ 22:12:44 ] [ Phoenix ] Could not get device COM1
[ 22:12:44 ] [ Phoenix ] Setting parity to ODD on node COM1
[ 22:12:44 ] [ Phoenix ] Setting 1 Stop bit on node COM1
[ 22:12:44 ] [ Phoenix ] Setting baud to 5760
[ 22:12:46 ] Phoenix_read:

[ 22:12:46 ] [ CardMan ] Atr header is 00 00 [NORMAL]
[ 22:12:46 ] [ Loader ] Unknown card

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Uber Geek
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  Reply # 261094 5-Oct-2009 10:54 Send private message

Just FYI - localhost IS 127.0.0.1 known as the loopback address.

Question while im here - does the sky cards till have to be put back into the STB?

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Master Geek


  Reply # 261095 5-Oct-2009 10:55 Send private message

eXDee: Just FYI - localhost IS 127.0.0.1 known as the loopback address.


Should I be using that or the IPv4 address?



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Master Geek
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  Reply # 261366 5-Oct-2009 18:21 Send private message

@tbergman - If both NewCS & Acamd are both on the same system, localhost should be ok. No harm in setting the IP's to be the same though (I think).

@eXDee - Thanks for the tip.
The "card back into STB" question is asked from time to time, with no one advising that this is now solved. So probably still need to periodically reinsert. I can't comment as my final system is not "there yet" (a very slow works-in-progress).

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Master Geek


  Reply # 261525 6-Oct-2009 09:53 Send private message

argo: @tbergman - If both NewCS & Acamd are both on the same system, localhost should be ok. No harm in setting the IP's to be the same though (I think).

@eXDee - Thanks for the tip.
The "card back into STB" question is asked from time to time, with no one advising that this is now solved. So probably still need to periodically reinsert. I can't comment as my final system is not "there yet" (a very slow works-in-progress).


Thanks argo.

Would the problems I'm having stem from a possible COM port problem?

I was reading an article that some Gigabyte boards have different pin connections to other PC's.

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 261541 6-Oct-2009 10:34 Send private message

tbergman:
Would the problems I'm having stem from a possible COM port problem?

I was reading an article that some Gigabyte boards have different pin connections to other PC's.


I don't really know much about NewCS as fortunately it just worked first time for me.  However having a look back through your posts it does seem as if Newcs is having some trouble with the COM1 connection (ie the 2nd timed line in most of your reports).  I have an Intel board and just connected to the MB header no problem but as you say Gigabyte may be different.  If you have a spare PCI slot I really think it may be worth getting one of the Sunix serial cards and trying that.  Have another read through the discussions in the first couple of pages of the original thread here - http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=84&TopicId=31967 Unfortunately they don't say what their problems were exactly but it may help you a bit.




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Master Geek


  Reply # 261546 6-Oct-2009 10:42 Send private message

Thanks for that Mattv.

I've had a look at that thread. Unfortunately, I don't have a spare pci port. I do find it interesting that a serial to USB adaptor seems to work. I'm going to check the wiring in the serial cable, and maybe re-wire it, if need be.

Failing that, I'll connect a serial to USB and see how that goes.

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  Reply # 261847 6-Oct-2009 21:01 Send private message

did you say dvb-t? not satellite



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Master Geek
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  Reply # 261877 6-Oct-2009 22:40 Send private message

Hi TB

Sorry for not noticing before, but when I compare your two logs as per below, I see you seem to have taken a step backwards with regards to your COM1 Reader. In your older post you have the Reader doing its thing. In the last post with a log, the Reader on COM1 is failing. Can you take a step back to re-create your setup in the older post?

PS: Sorry my responses are a bit slow of late, my Daughter just home from a tonsillectomy!


Reply # 260724 posted on 2-OCT-2009 22:58

15:58:39 ] Calibrating delay loops
[ 15:58:39 ] usleep(5) takes: 0 s 16000 us
[ 15:58:39 ] usleep(10) takes: 0 s 15000 us
[ 15:58:39 ] usleep(100) takes: 0 s 16000 us
[ 15:58:39 ] usleep(500) takes: 0 s 16000 us
[ 15:58:39 ] Allocation memory for 200 regular users
[ 15:58:39 ] [ Loader ] Starting Telnet on port 1001
[ 15:58:39 ] [ SockSrv ] Server thread started
[ 15:58:39 ] [ Loader ] Reader type 2 on node COM1
[ 15:58:39 ] [ CardMan ] Reseting reader parameters
-> [ 15:58:39 ] [ Phoenix ] Opening device COM1
[ 15:58:39 ] [ Phoenix ] Setting parity to ODD on node COM1
[ 15:58:39 ] [ Phoenix ] Setting 1 Stop bit on node COM1
[ 15:58:39 ] [ Phoenix ] Setting baud to 9600
[ 15:58:41 ] Phoenix_read: ….{ARGO: Reads Card} 

 

Reply # 261078 posted on 5-OCT-2009 08:59

[ 22:12:42 ] Calibrating delay loops
[ 22:12:42 ] usleep(5) takes: 0 s 1000 us
[ 22:12:42 ] usleep(10) takes: 0 s 1000 us
[ 22:12:42 ] usleep(100) takes: 0 s 1000 us
[ 22:12:42 ] usleep(500) takes: 0 s 1000 us
[ 22:12:42 ] Allocation memory for 200 regular users
[ 22:12:42 ] [ Loader ] Starting Telnet on port 1001
[ 22:12:42 ] [ SockSrv ] Server thread started
[ 22:12:42 ] [ Loader ] Reader type 2 on node COM1
[ 22:12:42 ] [ CardMan ] Reseting reader parameters
-> [ 22:12:42 ] [ Phoenix ] Opening device COM1
-> [ 22:12:42 ] [ Phoenix ] Could not get device COM1
[ 22:12:42 ] [ Phoenix ] Setting parity to ODD on node COM1
[ 22:12:42 ] [ Phoenix ] Setting 1 Stop bit on node COM1
[ 22:12:42 ] [ Phoenix ] Setting baud to 9600
[ 22:12:44 ] Phoenix_read: ...{ARGO: Does Not Read Card}

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Master Geek


  Reply # 261979 7-Oct-2009 10:59 Send private message

Hey Argo,

Seriously trying to get this running before Stargate Universe begins on Friday.

I've gone through the and compared the configs. I think I've got the bugs out now. I'll give it a try when I get home this afternoon.

There is the Acamd_PMT.txt in the Acamd folder. Is there anything that needs to be done with that?

Mine looks like this:-
# When use a sample line remove first char #

# Index PMT & SID, When same entries then name is add to index
#PMT SID CAID Provider ECM EMM Name
#0840,0FAC,0100,0000006A,0644,00B6,NED2
#0501,1F42,0100,00000080,0633,0000,C CINEMA EMOTION (fra)

# [P] Preferred
# Same CAID is possible, the higer line and with a providerid is prefered.
# When zero provider-id then preferred caid
# CAID Provider Name
#P:0100:00000000:caid only
#P:0100:0000006A:caid and provider

# [I] Ignore
# CAID Provider Name
#I:0100:0000006C:Test

# [R] Rename from to
# CAID Provider CAID Provider Name
#R:0500:00020818:0500:00020810:Test

# [B] Betatunneling
# CAID Provider CAID Provider Name
#B:1833:00000000:1702:00000000:HD-Mapping

# [C] Accept this ChildID
# !!!! when 1 or more entrys for CAID were pressent, then other CHID's blocked !!!!
# CAID CHID
#C:0604:000B:Ziggo basic
#C:0604:0008:Ziggo extra

# [F] Filter PMT data, minimal 1 byte, max 49 bytes
# CAID Filterdata Name
#F:0100:006CFF: Filter all 006C
#F:0100:006AFFFF: Filter Canal Digital 6A Seca3
#F:0622:09040622: Filter Irdeto 2

# Sample
#P:0100:0000006A:Preferred Canal Digital
#I:0622:00000000:Ignore Canal Digital Irdeto
#I:0100:0000006B:Ignore Canal Digital 6B
#I:0100:0000006C:Ignore Canal Digital 6C
#I:0100:0000006D:Ignore Canal Digital 6D
#F:0100:006AFF00:Filter Canal Digital 6A Seca2
#F:0100:006AFFFF:Filter Canal Digital 6A Seca3

There doesn't appear to be anything active nor is there a reference to NDS.

I hope your little girl is getting plenty of ice cream after the harrowing experience of a tonsillectomy.

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Ultimate Geek

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  Reply # 261984 7-Oct-2009 11:19 Send private message

Just delete the PMT file - it does nothing for NZ... Same with the cardclient.conf - this only needs to be one line long - delete all the other crap with # xxxx. The # means comment lines ie they don't do anything.

Coming into this a bit late, but it sounds like your getting the card removal error. Try pulling your card out of the reader about 1mm (You'll hear the card detection switch click if you listen carefully). See if you can get it to read then... This is commonly mistaken for issues with the serial port - in actual fact its just NewCS incorrectly reading the card insertion state. Its fixed from 1.66 onwards - but you need to run linux for that.

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Master Geek


  Reply # 261986 7-Oct-2009 11:22 Send private message

RustyGonad: Just delete the PMT file - it does nothing for NZ... Same with the cardclient.conf - this only needs to be one line long - delete all the other crap with # xxxx. The # means comment lines ie they don't do anything.

Coming into this a bit late, but it sounds like your getting the card removal error. Try pulling your card out of the reader about 1mm (You'll hear the card detection switch click if you listen carefully). See if you can get it to read then... This is commonly mistaken for issues with the serial port - in actual fact its just NewCS incorrectly reading the card insertion state. Its fixed from 1.66 onwards - but you need to run linux for that.


Thanks for answering.  Can I assume if it does nothing for NZ it does nothing in OZ, as Foxtel and Sky are pretty much the same thing?

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Master Geek


  Reply # 262014 7-Oct-2009 12:38 Send private message

Just doing more research.

Found this to be a bit interesting.

http://dvblogic.com/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=32&t=6135

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