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Master Geek


#215511 30-Jun-2017 12:17
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I've seen a couple of posts about the NZ07k cards and people getting them working, however, I'm not having any luck.

 

 

 

Latest version of Oscam has the ATR etc loaded in, but it's failing to read my card.

 

 

 

Has anyone got one of these working and if so what reader are you using? I've got the old Jaycar phoenix reader and maybe that's the issue. Alternatively, do they still give out NZ4500 cards with MySky?

 

 

 

Specifically, it's falling over when it hits this section of code:

 

//a non videoguard2/NDS2 card will fail on read_cmd_len(ins7401)
//this way unknown videoguard2/NDS2 cards will also pass this check

 

unsigned char ins7401[5] = { 0xD0, 0x74, 0x01, 0x00, 0x00 };
int32_t l;
if((l = read_cmd_len(reader, ins7401)) < 0) //not a videoguard2/NDS card or communication error
{
return ERROR;
}


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Uber Geek


  #1809599 30-Jun-2017 13:26
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It could be your reader.

 

Does this thread help at all?

 

https://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=106&topicid=180725&page_no=10#1506624

 

I helped a mate get his working again with the new Sky card but didn't have to compile anything, just downloaded the latest oscam and made the required config changes for the CAID etc, and also the boxid.

 

 




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Master Geek


  #1809614 30-Jun-2017 14:00
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I've done all that. Didn't think I'd need to compile anything but it was a last resort. Also allowed me to see where in the code it was breaking down.

 

 

 

Do you know what reader your mate was using?


 
 
 
 


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Ultimate Geek


  #1809706 30-Jun-2017 17:02
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Ditch the jaycar reader and grab a USB one off eBay you won't regret it.

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Uber Geek


  #1809747 30-Jun-2017 17:48
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PhantomNZ:

 

I've done all that. Didn't think I'd need to compile anything but it was a last resort. Also allowed me to see where in the code it was breaking down.

 

 

 

Do you know what reader your mate was using?

 

 

 

 

Omnikey USB reader, can't remember exact version sorry.




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Master Geek


  #1809751 30-Jun-2017 18:00
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Cheers guys. I've ordered a Omnikey 3021 (3121's didn't ship to NZ or were slow). Hopefully it fixes the issue.




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Master Geek


  #1813270 5-Jul-2017 15:30
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So I got my omnikey reader yesterday. Works fine with my 096A card but with the NZ07K I'm getting no cw -> bad/wrong ECM errors on each attempt. Any ideas? Anyone who has it working willing to send me their configs?

 

Only thing I have noticed is that converting the boxid from the 11 digit serial to hex gives me a 9 character result, but the boxid setting is expecting 8.


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  #1813390 5-Jul-2017 18:43
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What is oscam and what does it allow you to do? 

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  #1813394 5-Jul-2017 18:54
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PhantomNZ:

 

So I got my omnikey reader yesterday. Works fine with my 096A card but with the NZ07K I'm getting no cw -> bad/wrong ECM errors on each attempt. Any ideas? Anyone who has it working willing to send me their configs?

 

Only thing I have noticed is that converting the boxid from the 11 digit serial to hex gives me a 9 character result, but the boxid setting is expecting 8.

 

 

 

 

Just checked my mates and his boxid is 9 characters and it is working fine.

 

The oscam.server config file is just a text file on his Windows machine so it doesn't matter how long the boxid string is.

 

 




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Master Geek


  #1813411 5-Jul-2017 19:08
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I got it working.

 

 

 

For anyone else that stumbles upon this, drop the last digit off your serial number and then convert that to hex for your boxid. Comes out as 8 chars and works.


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