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Jul
09

How to guide: Install & configure CCcam

How to setup, install & configure  CCcam properly to reduce the number of none-working & fake cards.

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Howto properly configure CCcam
How to control number of cards in CCcam.cfg (avoid fake and unused cards and reduce number of cards)
All of you knows the way to block some fake and unused providers in CCcam:
no { 0:0:2, 100:3, 100:4, 100:5, 100:9, 100:c, 100, 100:f, 100:10, 100:11, 100:12, 100:19, 100:1c, 100:1d, 100:21, 100:25, 100:26, 100:31, 100:33, 100:34, 100:37, 100:64, 100:66, 100:67, 100:6b, 100:6d, 100:70, 100:71, 100:72, 100:73, 100:100, 100:8227, 100:beef, 100:ffff, 500:80, 500:500, 500:1570, 500:2100, 500:2500, 500:5500, 500:7000, 500:8000, 500:8c00, 500:8c10, 500:9c00, 500:a000, 500:c400, 500:c410, 500:e400, 500:10c00, 500:10c10, 500:10c20, 500:10c30, 500:11c00, 500:15000, 500:16400, 500:16800, 500:16810, 500:18c00, 500:19410, 500:1a400, 500:1ac00, 500:20a10, 500:20a20, 500:20a30, 500:20c00, 500:20c10, 500:20c20, 500:21510, 500:21570, 500:21c00, 500:22100, 500:22110, 500:50000, d00:4, d00:8, d00:14, d0c:c, d0c:10, d0c:14, d0c:18, d01:50, d01:54, d02:8c, d03:c8, d05:c, 1702:6a, 1800:4101, 1800:4901, 1800:7001, 1800:7101, 1800:7401, 1800:7501, 4a60:0, 4aa0:0 }
But this way you just block some of fake cards.
This is better and effective way to rid all of fake and nonworking cards and limit number of cards for each provider.
New C line shoud look like this:
no { 0:0:1, 100:6c:2, b00:0:2, 919:0:2, 961:0:2, 1702:0:2, 1702:1:2, 1702:2:2, 1702:3:2 }
0:0:1 means you recive hop 1 card from your peer.
, 100:6c:2, b00:0:2,….etc means that you recive hop 2 cards you choose.
To find what this numbers (100:6c:2) means you can look in CCcam PHPinfo (red idents are fake and example C+NL (old) is old nonworking card ).
Example:

961:0:2 – ***UK on hop 2
1702:0:2, 1702:1:2, 1702:2:2, 1702:3:2 – Premiere Full on hop 2
…etc
If your peer have ***UK local you dont need to add it in C line 0:0:1 wil take his local card and you shoud ony choose what you want to take from him on hop 2.
Finaly your complete Line shod look like this:
:
F: test test 2 0 0 { 0:0:2 } { } { } test.no-ip.org
C: test.no-ip.org 12000 test1 test1 no { 0:0:1, 100:6c:2, b00:0:2, 919:0:2, 961:0:2, 1702:0:2, 1702:1:2, 1702:2:2, 1702:3:2 }
Cards you get in this example on hop 2 is : TV Vlaanderen, Digitalb/C+Nordic/MTV, ***/UK & B***B, ***/ITA and Premiere
{ } { } test.no-ip.org – This means the peer who send cline only can connect (if somebody stole his lines cant connect to you )
no { 0:0:2, is allowing up to hop2 ,,so maybe leave it at no { 0:0:1, ? would not be better????
for example ,as discussed in other posts:
{ 0:0:1, 100:2a:2, 100:2f:2, 100:30:2, 100:35:2, 100:36:2, 100:3d:2, 100:68:2, 100:6a:2, 100:6c:2, 100:6d:2, 1002, 1002, 100:84:2, 1002, 100:3311:2, 100:3315:2, 100:3317:2, 100:4106:2, 100:5221:2, 500:30b00:2, 500:32820:2, 500:32830:2, 500:32920:2, 500:32940:2, 500:30a00:2, 500:30a40:2, 500:31000:2, 500:32000:2, 500:32a00:2, 500:32a10:2, 500:40500:2, 500:40810:2, 500:40f40:2, 500:41140:2, 500:41500:2, 500:41820:2, 500:41900:2, 500:41950:2, 500:419a0:2, 500:41e00:2, 500:42000:2, 500:42500:2, 500:42600:2, 500:42610:2, 500:42730:2, 500:42800:2, 500:42c00:2, 500:41700:2, 500:42200:2, 500:42400:2, 500:42700:2, 602:0:2, 628:0:2, 664:0:2, 668:0:2, 603:0:2, 604:0:2, 622:0:2, 90f:0:2, 92b:0:2, 92f:0:2, 93b:0:2, 961:0:2, 919:0:2, 91f:0:2, 93b:0:2, 963:0:2, 983:0:2, b00:0:2, baa:0:2, b02:0 d02:8c:2, d01:0:2, d02:0:2, d03:0:2, d0C:0:2, d02A:0:2, d03:400:2, d03:800:2, d03A:0:2, d05:0:2, d05:0004:2, d05:400:2, d05:800:2, d05:1:2, d06:c:2, d07:1400:2, d22:0400:2, 1702:0:2, 1702:1:2, 1722:0:2, 1801:1001:2, 1801:C002:2, 1803:0:2, 1810:0:2, 1810:4001:2, 1812:0:2, 1812:6e11:2, 1830:0:2, 1833:0000:2, 183d:5411:2, 1880:2011:2, 1880:2111:2, 1802:0:2, 662:0:2, 500:32500:2, 93a:0:2, 4AA1:0:2, 4ABF:0:2, 4AD1:0:2, 4AE1:0:2 }
at the end of each cline occupies quite a bit and slows down the server when you have 50+ peers….
on the other hand in global limits:
#GLOBAL LIMITS : { 100:4108, 100:5001, 100:3, 100:4, 100:5, 100:9, 100:A, 100:c, 100:d, 100:E,
100:f, 100:10, 100:11, 100:12, 100:13, 100:14, 100:19, 100:1A, 100:1B, 100:1c,
100:1d, 100:20, 100:21, 100:25, 100:26, 100:29, 100:2E, 100:2E2, 100:31, 100:33,
100:34, 100:37, 100:5211, 100:5225, 100:64, 100:66, 100:67, 100:68, 100:6b,
100:6d, 100:70, 100:71, 100:72, 100:73, 100:8C, 100:A0, 100:A1, 100:A2, 100:A3,
100:100, 100:4001, 100:4101, 100:4102, 100:8227, 100:beef, 100:ffff, 4aa0:0,
500:24410, 500:80, 500:500, 500:1540, 500:1570, 500:2100, 500:2500, 500:4800,
500:5500, 500:7000, 500:7010, 500:8000, 500:8800, 500:8c00, 500:8c10,
500:9c00, 500:9C10, 500:9C20, 500:9C30, 500:9C40, 500:a000, 500:30a10,
500:30a20, 500:30a30, 500:30a40, 500:A800, 500:A810, 500:A820, 500:AC00,
500:B400, 500:C, 500:C010, 500:C020, 500:C030, 500:c400, 500:c410, 500:C800,
500:C810, 500:C820, 500:C830, 500:C840, 500:C850, 500:C860, 500:C870,
500:400, 500:540, 500:800, 500:e400, 500:E410, 500:E430, 500:E440, 500:E450,
500:E470, 500:E800, 500:F000, 500:F520, 500:F800, 500:10c00, 500:10c10,
500:10c20, 500:10c30, 500:11000, 500:11c00, 500:12000, 500:12010, 500:12800,
500:12810, 500:12C00, 500:13400, 500:14400, 500:14800, 500:14880,
500:14C00, 500:15000, 500:16400, 500:16800, 500:16810, 500:16C00,
500:16C10, 500:16C20, 500:17000, 500:17010, 500:18c00, 500:19000,
500:19400, 500:19410, 500:19420, 500:19430, 500:19440, 500:1a400,
500:1ac00, 500:20600, 500:20610, 500:20620, 500:20630, 500:20640,
500:20a10, 500:20a20, 500:20a30, 500:20B20, 500:20c00, 500:20c10, 500:20c20,
500:20C30, 500:20C40, 500:20830, 500:20840, 500:20850, 500:20860,
500:21510, 500:21570, 500:21c00, 500:21C10, 500:22e10, 500:22100,
500:22110, 500:22f10, 500:24410, 500:32830, 500:32840, 500:50000, 618:0,
924:0, 9A0:0, d00:c4, d00:c8, d00:cc d00:14, D00:64, D00:68, d01:50, d01:54,
D02:80, D02:88, d02:8c, D03:B0, D03:C0, D03:C4, d03:c8, D04:14, d05:c, d05:8,
d06:c4, d0c:c, d0c:10, d0c:14, d0c:18, 1702:6a, 1800:1, 1800:101, 1800:801,
1800:901, 1800:1201, 1800:1301, 1800:1811, 1800:1911, 1800:4001, 1800:4101,
1800:4601, 1800:4701, 1800:4801, 1800:4901, 1800:4A01, 1800:4B01,
1800:6E01, 1800:6F01, 1800:7001, 1800:7101, 1800:7401, 1800:7501,
1800:9401, 1800:9501, 1800:C001, 1800:C101, 1801:004801, 1801:004901,
1801:2011, 1801:7811, 1801:7911, 1802:8C11, 1802:8D11 }
Will stop quite a few from passing on to your peers
if everyone was to apply it then c/s would be cleaner…
all propositions are welcome!!

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