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  • chirivella
    Junior Member
    • Jun 2011
    • 11

    C and F in Cccam

    How many F and C do u have in your cccam?

    Speaking about stable servers.

    Mine its about 80-90
  • tibsom
    Senior Member
    • Mar 2011
    • 142

    #2
    Re: C and F in Cccam

    I just have one C line and no F lines. I am learning so I can set up my own server. I am happy that thanks to satlover I am getting closer

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    • housy01
      Senior Member
      • May 2011
      • 115

      #3
      Re: C and F in Cccam

      It's not very complicated. Here is an overview

      First point : You need to know if you have a static ip or a dynamic one. If you have a dynamic ip, you will have to create a dyndns or noip account (these services will give you a upadted DNS for your ip). Check on ****** how to configure it for your router.

      Second point : You need to go to your router configuration an redirect a port number to your receiver ip. ****** will help you : search port forwarding for your router

      Last point : : You need to create a fline and give the corresponding cline to your client.

      It should need more detail, you will find complete tutorial on ******...

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      • jochen7575
        Board Senior Member
        • Mar 2011
        • 214

        #4
        Re: C and F in Cccam

        I have 2 C-lines in my cccam (by satlover) and it works fine with hadu and satlovercccam on PC

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        • housy01
          Senior Member
          • May 2011
          • 115

          #5
          Re: C and F in Cccam

          80-90 must be huge. And you don't have any freeze on it ?

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          • dante_m1990
            Banned
            • Dec 2011
            • 50

            #6
            Re: C and F in Cccam

            what is the C and F?

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            • knap92

              #7
              Re: C and F in Cccam

              Hello;

              Find some tuto on net

              ================================================== ======
              How to config CCcam.cfg

              To add a user you have to put a F line in the config :

              F: user password 3 1 0 { 0:0:5 }

              user gets all our cards at max distance(hops) of 3

              He has the right to use our emu keys 1, no rights to emu keys change into 0

              He has NO AU rights 0, right for AU change into 1

              Furthermore he has the right to reshare all our cards 4 more times { 0:0:5 }
              When number is here { 0:0:1 } he can only watch himself and he has no reshare rights.

              NEVER GO ABOVE NUMBER 5!! because the distance is to far then. ( like GBOX { 5 5 })

              You can set portnumber by changing this rule :

              # SERVER LISTEN PORT: 12000
              into
              SERVER LISTEN PORT: number you want.

              To connect to a CCcam server you have to add a C line:

              C: ip/dyndns_server port user password yes

              The yes on the end says you want to use your rights for emu keys

              To connect to a newcamd server you have to add A N line:

              N: ip/dyndns port user password deskey hops_away

              To connect to a radegast server you need to add a R line:

              R: IP/dyndns port CAID(4digits) providerID(6digits) hops_away

              To connect to a Camd3 server you have to add a L line:

              L: IP/dyndns port CAID(4digits) providerID(6digits) hops_away

              These are the basics of the config for CCcam.

              Expert setup follows

              (03-30-2007 09:39 AM)
              OK here we go, the above settings are the basics now we go further.

              With a Cccam server you are always in controll
              You decide how much your friend is going to see and how far he can reshare it

              F: user password 0 0 0 { 0:0:1 }

              Says that user gets only our local cards:0 and he only can watch it himself he has no reshare rights.
              When changing the zero into 1 user gets our local cards and all vitual cards at a max distance of 1 hop.
              If number is 2 then a max distance of 2 hops etc.
              Don’t exceed number 5 because the distance is then too far away for stable picture

              In case U have 2 local cards and U only want that user get to see 1 u can do this excample:

              Card 1 = provider CDS 0100 00006A
              Card 2 = provider Premiere 1702 000000

              Now you want that user only gets to see your CDS card and not the premiere card do the following

              F: user password 3 1 0 { 0:0:5, 0100 00006A:1, 1702:0:0 }

              This user gets all cards at maximum distance of 3 hops except 1702 because he has no rights to it :0.
              He gets to reshare all our cards(local and virual) 4 times except for provider 0100 0006A because of :1.
              Say you want the user to have the right to reshare 0100 0006A 2 times further then change the :1 into 3

              So you see U decide what your friend(s) are entitled to see and how many rights they get, wants your card is set to reshare level 3 nobody but yourself can change that.

              If you have questions feel free

              In the latest versions of CCcam it’s possible to control your hops you are receiving from your peers.
              Thats realy a good option now you are in control how many shares online you have.

              Heavy testing for me said that 2500 shares online is maximum.

              To control receiving hops just add { 0:0:x } at the end of the C line, where x is the number of hops you want to receive.

              So: C: dyndnds port user passwd no { 0:0:2 } only gives me shares from that peer with max count of 2.

              Important: If you dont use yes/no behind the C lines add them or:

              ( { 0:0:2 } ) make it like this otherwise it won’t work

              ================================================== ==

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              • housy01
                Senior Member
                • May 2011
                • 115

                #8
                Re: C and F in Cccam

                The cline is the client line. It's the one that someone that has a server will give you.
                You put it on you cccam.cfg file and you will be able to connect to he's server and get cards from it.

                The fline is the inverse one. It's the live that the guys who has the server will put on his cccam.cfg. It will tell to cccam that you will be authorize to connect to the server through the cline he gives you

                Example :

                If I give you the cline :
                C: mydns.dyndns.org 12000 user1 pass1 no

                I need previously put on my server cccam.cfg the fline
                F: user1 pass1 0 1 0

                I don't know if I'm clear but you can find many tutorial on ******

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