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  • CCcam Config Basics Explained

    The CCcam.cfg file is where you setup your CCcam server. Usually located in the /var/etc folder. There is really 2 parts of the config, the local settings and the lines. There is alot you can play with, but I'm going to stick to the basics here.

    Local Settings

    SERVER LISTEN PORT : 12345
    Tells CCcam which port to watch for incoming connections, the default is port 12000. Whichever port you use, foward it in your router to the IP of your server

    ALLOW WEBINFO: yes
    WEBINFO USERNAME : username
    WEBINFO PASSWORD : password
    Lets you monitor your server stats using CCcamInfoPHP

    SERIAL READER : /dev/ttyUSB0
    Tells CCcam to use a cardreader, use ttySCI0 for internal readers

    Lines

    CCcam uses C lines and F lines to connect to your peers. You would put an Fline in your config, and give your peer a corresponding Cline. Here is an example of a Fline and the Cline you would give out

    f: username password
    f: user1 userpass

    c: DNSorIPaddress port username password
    c: someserveraanyDNS.com 12000 user1 userpass

    there are other options you can add to your lines to control reshare etc for example

    f: user1 userpass 3 0 1 {0:0:2}

    with this line user1 gets all your shares at a max distance of 3 hops, he has 0 rights to use your emu's, and has auto update rights 1. He can reshare all your cards 1 hop {0:0:2}, with {0:0:1} he has no reshare rights and can only view the cards himself.

    As I say there are lots and lots more options in the config file, but these are the basics. CCcam won't parse any line starting with a #, so if your playing about it's a good idea just to # a line rather than delete it.

  • #2
    wonderfull work thank you

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      thanks

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        Informative

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          great job!! thank you very much

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