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  • nush
    Member
    • Jun 2010
    • 96

    Bt Homehub

    hi
    having managed to get my wifi bridge adaptor sorted (at last), i could do with some help on port forwarding on my bt homehub so that i might be able to use cccam 214. i have set my port range to 12000 to 12003.
    translate port range to 12000 to 12003
    trigger port to 12000

    is that it or do i need to do something else, or maybe i have the wrong ports
    sorry if my questions seem a bit basic but i will get there in the end
    thanks nush
  • tonybod
    Experienced Member
    • Apr 2010
    • 384

    #2
    Re: Bt Homehub

    Are you actually going to act as a server? If no, you do not need to do anything to the hub.

    If you are going to act as a server, you need to forward the port as defined in cccam.cfg (the default is 12000, search the text file for "SERVER LISTEN PORT" in the file).

    There are plenty of tutorials on port forwarding on the home hub, including some on *******. Best bet is to give them a try first and let us know of any problems.

    Tony.
    Technomate TM600 + 1m motorised dish (TM2300 motor).

    If you find my posts helpful, please press the thanks button.


    Some useful links.
    Freezing problems explained

    Cccam prio files.

    Cccam channelinfo files.

    Forum rules

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    • nush
      Member
      • Jun 2010
      • 96

      #3
      Re: Bt Homehub

      hi tonybod
      thanks for that info.
      i was using the link in your signature to try and speed up my router so that i get less glitches. but if that doesnt apply to my setup then i need to look for other reasons for the stop/start.


      quote Freezing - some possible causes
      Most people who have been using CCcam servers for some time will have probably experienced freezing at some point.

      There are several things that will cause freezing, also remember you have no control over what is happening on the server you are connected to. A lot of the problems come from the other end.

      Firstly, when you allocated your router ports, set them for TCP/UDP.
      You can test if the ports are opening by going here: quote

      does this not apply either (i am not a server)
      thanks again
      nush

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      • tonybod
        Experienced Member
        • Apr 2010
        • 384

        #4
        Re: Bt Homehub

        If you are not a server you do not need to open ports. Opening ports is done so that others can connect to you.

        You could try the cccam add-on files. The ones I use are at


        Failing that, the only thing to do is hang around and get your post count up so you can access one of the other servers. The free ones are posted all over the net so tend to be a bit overloaded.

        Hope this helps.

        Tony.
        Technomate TM600 + 1m motorised dish (TM2300 motor).

        If you find my posts helpful, please press the thanks button.


        Some useful links.
        Freezing problems explained

        Cccam prio files.

        Cccam channelinfo files.

        Forum rules

        Comment

        • nush
          Member
          • Jun 2010
          • 96

          #5
          Re: Bt Homehub

          hi tonybod
          thanks again for that
          i will check out the add on files and give them a try
          as for hanging around, i intend to but sadly for me i am just learning this thing so getting my post count up might be a problem (without posting a load of crap) which i dont want to do and nor will i
          thanks again for you help
          nush

          ps i have removed the settings i put on my homehub so i have learned something today
          nush

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          • tonybod
            Experienced Member
            • Apr 2010
            • 384

            #6
            Re: Bt Homehub

            The post count does build up quickly. And if you have any sat related questions, ask away, that's another good way to both build up the count (and learn something too). I've learned a lot just by reading questions, and "attempting" to answer them
            Technomate TM600 + 1m motorised dish (TM2300 motor).

            If you find my posts helpful, please press the thanks button.


            Some useful links.
            Freezing problems explained

            Cccam prio files.

            Cccam channelinfo files.

            Forum rules

            Comment

            • faccione
              Board Senior Member
              • Jun 2010
              • 222

              #7
              Re: Bt Homehub

              The "Big Brother" is watching you and if the thread is still alive and you haven't received any PM means that for us is OK, so no worries about the post counter
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