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Which protocols, Card Reader and Cards are supported?

Protocolls

  • UDP = no firm connection between client and server sockets. No checking wheter all data packets have arrived.
  • TCP = firm connection between client and server sockets. Checking wheter all data packets have arrived. More overhead and therefore a little slower than UDP. However, this is irrelevant for the small amounts of data for CS. Great advantage: stable compounds in low Internet lines.

From OScam supported protocolls

  • newcamd with cascading/remote server ECM support
  • camd 3.3x TCP
  • camd 3.5x / 3.57x UDP with cascading/remote server ECM support, ECM and EMM support with size > 256 bytes
  • camd 3.78x TCP with cascading/remote server ECM support, ECM and EMM support with size > 256 bytes
  • CCcam with cascading/remote server ECM support, ECM and EMM support with size > 256 bytes
  • DVB API with multi tuner and PIP support
  • gbox with cascading/remote server ECM support
  • serial (HSIC, SSSP, BOMBA, DSR 9500)
  • radegast

Options

  • -a|--crash-dump = write oscam.crash on segfault (needs installed GDB and OSCam compiled with debug infos -ggdb)
  • -b|--daemon = starts in background, writing oscam.version with starttime and version info in temporary directory
  • -B <filename> = set PID file, overrides pidfile of oscam.conf, default: none
  • -c|--config-dir <directory> = read configuration from <directory>, default:see CS_CONFDIR in globals.h, while starting OSCam prints warnings on invalid keywords, comment lines start with # character.
  • -d|--debug <level> = debug level mask:
    • 0 = no debugging (default)
    • 2 = ATR parsing info, ECM dumps, CW dumps
    • 4 = traffic from/to the reader
    • 8 = traffic from/to the clients
    • 16 = traffic to the reader-device on IFD layer
    • 32 = traffic to the reader-device on I/O layer
    • 64 = EMM logging
    • 128 = DVBAPI logging
    • 256 = load balancing logging
    • 512 = cache exchange logging
    • 1024 = client ECM logging
    • 2048 = CSP logging
    • 4096 = CWC logging
    • 65535 = debug all
  • -g|--gcollect <mode> = garbage collector debug mode, default:none:
    • 1 = immediate free
    • 2 = check for double frees
  • -h|--help = usage
  • -I|--syslog-ident <ident> = set syslog ident, default:oscam
  • -p|--pending-ecm <number> = maximum number of pending ECM packets, default:32, maximum:255
  • -r|--restart <level> = restart level:
    • 0 = disabled, restart request sets exit status to 99
    • 1 = restart activated, web interface can restart oscam (default)
    • 2 = like 1, but also restart on segmentation faults
  • -S|--show-sensitive = do not filter sensitive info (card serial numbers) in the logs
  • -s|--capture-segfaults = capture segmentation faults
  • -t|temp-dir <directory> = use <directory> for temporary data, default:temporary directory of OS
  • -u|--utf8 = enable output of web interface in UTF-8 charset
  • -V|--bild-info = show OSCam version info
  • -w|--wait <seconds> = time waiting for system time to be set correctly

Card Reader

An updated list you will find here: DeviceList

Seriell

  • reader with Mouse protocol 3,5 or 6 Mhz clockspeed
  • intern Reader (z.B. Dreambox)
  • reader can also have a seral-USB adapter connection

USB

  • reader with FTDI Chipset (z.B. Smargo Smartreader+)
  • reader with Prolific Chipset, no overclocking possible!

Cards

A updated list you find here: CardsList


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