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    Default CCcam Telnet Commands


    Here are a few commands that will help you should you need to check CCcam via telnet.

    -d run in foreground (implies -v and -q)
    -v be verbose
    -q don't use syslog
    -C <configfile> use <configfile> instead of default (/var/etc/CCcam.cfg)
    -k <keyfile> use <keyfile> instead of default (/var/keys/SoftCam.Key)
    -f filter on specific demux data (saves some CPU)
    -n show network packets
    -s disable server
    -t show timing

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    Quote Originally Posted by ali_gillani_20 View Post
    Here are a few commands that will help you should you need to check CCcam via telnet.

    -d run in foreground (implies -v and -q)
    -v be verbose
    -q don't use syslog
    -C <configfile> use <configfile> instead of default (/var/etc/CCcam.cfg)
    -k <keyfile> use <keyfile> instead of default (/var/keys/SoftCam.Key)
    -f filter on specific demux data (saves some CPU)
    -n show network packets
    -s disable server
    -t show timing
    Was actually looking for these the other day.

    Thank you very much. Most helpful

 

 

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