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#59944 15-Apr-2010 13:03
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I would really appreciate some help with my Jaycar/Satellite/NewCS/DVBLogic config - I have scoured this great forum for quite some time, and I think I'm almost there

Here is my cardclient.conf:

newcamd:localhost:34000:0/096A/ffff:tuner1:password1:0102030405060708091011121314

Here is my NewCS output:

Unable to set requested window size

Unable to set requested window size

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 C:\Newcs\newcs.xml

TCP-log password is disabled!

TCP-log set to simple mode

level: normal

type: init

output: console,tcp

logger config: level 1 type 3 output 5

Console log options: level 1 type 3

TCP log options: level 1 type 3

[ 11:39:04 ] [ Box detect ] Windows Vista Build 7600

[ 11:39:04 ] [ Config ] com1 ECM priority: round

[ 11:39:04 ] [ EMM Cache ] Initialising dynamic Cache

[ 11:39:04 ] [ ECM Cache ] Initialising dynamic Cache

[ 11:39:04 ] [ Loader ] Starting Telnet on port 1001

[ 11:39:04 ] [ Loader ] Reader type 2 on node com1

[ 11:39:04 ] [ Phoenix ] Opening device com1

[ 11:39:04 ] [ Phoenix ] Setting parity to NONE on node com1

[ 11:39:04 ] [ Phoenix ] Setting 2 Stop bits on node com1

[ 11:39:04 ] [ Phoenix ] Setting baud to 9600

[ 11:39:06 ] [ ATR ] T=0 1etu=26.04us Guardtime:15etu WWT:38400etu

[ 11:39:06 ] [ ATR ] Historical bytes: 3 [B0] [10] i [FF] J P p [00] [00] N Z [01] [00] [00]

[ 11:39:06 ] [ Loader ] Init NDS card

[ 11:39:06 ] [ Phoenix ] Setting parity to ODD on node com1

[ 11:39:06 ] [ Phoenix ] Setting 2 Stop bits on node com1

[ 11:39:06 ] [ Phoenix ] Setting baud to 38400

[ 11:39:07 ] [ KeymaN ] Adding key xxxxxx type 0 on Provider 000000 for caid 096A ID=0

[ 11:39:07 ] [ KeymaN ] Adding key xxxxxx type 1 on Provider 000000 for caid 096A ID=0

[ 11:39:07 ] [ Loader ] Card 096A on port com1 ready

[ 11:39:07 ] [ Loader ] Starting Newcamd Server on port 34000

[ 11:39:07 ] [ Newcamd ] Newcamd thread Server started on port 34000

newcamd: main loop

des_decrypt: bad len ?

[ 11:39:08 ] [ Newcamd:34000 ] Can't decrypt client msg, rejecting!

[ 11:39:08 ] [ Newcamd:34000 ] User tuner1 logout


Here is my newcs.xml config:

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<newCSconfig>
 <readers name="Phoenix">
  <device>
   <name>Phoenix Interface</name>
   <type>phoenix</type>
   <mhz>357</mhz>
   <node>com1</node>
   <parity>none</parity>
   <reset>normal</reset>
   <export>yes</export>
   <enabled>yes</enabled>
   <blocksa>no</blocksa>
   <blockua>no</blockua>
   <blockga>no</blockga>
   <blockc0>yes</blockc0>
   <!-- <boxid>0000000000</boxid> -->
   <!-- <rsa>0000000000</rsa> -->
   <crypto-special>no</crypto-special>
   <PTShandshake>no</PTShandshake>
   <carddetect>no</carddetect>
   <newcamd_port>34000</newcamd_port>
   <autosid>yes</autosid>
   <priority>round</priority>
   <Seca-PPV>no</Seca-PPV>
   <!-- <pincode>0000</pincode> -->
  </device>
 </readers>

 

 <radegastserver>
   <enabled>no</enabled>
   <port>10001</port>
   <allow>
    <hostname>localhost</hostname>
   </allow>
 </radegastserver>

 

 <cache>
   <emm>20</emm>
   <ecm>-1</ecm>
 </cache>

 

 <debug>
   <password>newcs</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>newcs</name>
   <deskey>01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14</deskey>
   <user>
    <name>tuner1</name>
    <password>password1</password>
    <hostname>localhost</hostname>
    <port>34000</port>
    <au>on</au>
    <sidoverride>off</sidoverride>
    <spider>no</spider>
   </user>

 </newcamdserver>
</newCSconfig>

Here are my transponder settings:

[SATTYPE]
1=1600
2=Optus D1 NZ
3=1
4=10750
5=10750
6=22500

[DVB]
0=14
1=12331,H,22500,23,S2
2=12358,H,22500,23,S2
3=12394,H,22500,34
4=12421,H,22500,34
5=12456,H,22500,34
6=12483,H,22500,34
7=12519,H,22500,34
8=12546,H,22500,34
9=12581,H,22500,34
10=12608,H,22500,34
11=12644,H,22500,34
12=12671,H,22500,34
13=12707,H,22500,34
14=12734,H,22500,34


Here are links to screen shots from TVsource:

https://cdn.geekzone.co.nz/imagessubs/blogaa28e73a3990d115298297f50053de3b.jpg

https://cdn.geekzone.co.nz/imagessubs/blogedcdcdebd7783679cc88910d329b38ec.jpg

Cheers,
Steve

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#318786 15-Apr-2010 13:31
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Just experienced the inverse of Murphy's Law - straight after posting this monster I changed the LNB type in TVSource to KU-Circular and scanned successfully  Laughing. But i'm sure I'll be back soon!

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  #319347 16-Apr-2010 13:24
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You need to enter in the correct LNB settings for LOF1, LOF2 & LOF SW.

It will most likely need to be 11 300 000 for all three settings or 10 750 000 for all three.

Leave the LNB type on the default one (Not sure what it is but I never changed this)

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