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Oscam stops descrambling - Tvheadend - XBMC

Added by Süheyl Karakas about 9 years ago

Hi all!

I have a problem with my system. First, my hardware:

AMD Phenom II X6 1045T
ASRock 890GX Extreme3
8GB RAM
EVGA GeForce GT 610 2GB
Digital Devices Cine C/T V6

I'm running the latest version of XBMCbuntu. I use Oscam and Tvheadend to watch live tv. Descrambled channels work fine. No problems whatsoever.
When I tune to a scrambled channel, it works fine for max 30sec, after that, the frame freezes and descrabmling stops. I first thought, it must be the server then, but I took my system to my brother and tried it with his oscam files to connect to his server. Same issue. So it must be the client side.

This is what is see in the logging. "Nederland 1 HD" is not scrambled, and from there on switching to scrambled channels, and back to Nederland 1.

Sep 03 14:15:58.201 subscription: "192.168.1.26 [ xbmc | XBMC Media Center ]" subscribing on "Nederland 1 HD", weight: 150, adapter: "DDbridge_02", network: "", mux: "794,000 kHz", provider: "Ziggo", service: "Nederland 1 HD", quality: 24
Sep 03 14:17:01.198 subscription: "192.168.1.26 [ xbmc | XBMC Media Center ]" unsubscribing from "Nederland 1 HD"
Sep 03 14:17:01.282 subscription: "192.168.1.26 [ xbmc | XBMC Media Center ]" subscribing on "HISTORY HD", weight: 150, adapter: "DDbridge_02", network: "", mux: "562,000 kHz", provider: "Ziggo", service: "HISTORY HD", quality: 100
Sep 03 14:17:04.053 cwc: Can not descramble service "HISTORY HD", access denied (seqno: 1847 Req delay: 4 ms)
Sep 03 14:17:48.226 subscription: "192.168.1.26 [ xbmc | XBMC Media Center ]" unsubscribing from "HISTORY HD"
Sep 03 14:17:48.281 subscription: "192.168.1.26 [ xbmc | XBMC Media Center ]" subscribing on "Discovery Channel HD", weight: 150, adapter: "DDbridge_02", network: "", mux: "498,000 kHz", provider: "Ziggo", service: "Discovery Channel HD", quality: 32
Sep 03 14:18:01.602 cwc: Can not descramble service "Discovery Channel HD", access denied (seqno: 1853 Req delay: 4 ms)
Sep 03 14:30:11.492 subscription: "192.168.1.26 [ xbmc | XBMC Media Center ]" unsubscribing from "Discovery Channel HD"
Sep 03 14:30:11.566 subscription: "192.168.1.26 [ xbmc | XBMC Media Center ]" subscribing on "Nederland 1", weight: 150, adapter: "DDbridge_02", network: "", mux: "618,000 kHz", provider: "Ziggo", service: "Nederland 1", quality: 74

This is what I see in oscam.log:

2013/09/03 14:13:19 A0C94C0 c >> OSCam << cardserver log switched, version 1.20-unstable_svn, build #0 (i686-pc-linux)
2013/09/03 14:13:19 A0C94C0 c version=1.20-unstable_svn, build #0, system=i686-pc-linux, nice=-1
2013/09/03 14:13:19 A0C94C0 c client max. idle=120 sec, debug level=0
2013/09/03 14:13:19 A0C94C0 c max. logsize=10 Kb, loghistorysize=4096 bytes
2013/09/03 14:13:19 A0C94C0 c client timeout=5000 ms, fallback timeout=2500 ms, cache delay=0 ms
2013/09/03 14:13:19 A0C94C0 c tvheadend (0604&000000/00D7/44:6F74): found (333 ms) by ziggo (of 1 avail 1)
2013/09/03 14:13:44 A0C94C0 c tvheadend (0604&000000/00D7/44:C7DE): found (332 ms) by ziggo (of 1 avail 1)
2013/09/03 14:14:09 A0C94C0 c tvheadend (0604&000000/00D7/44:72A7): found (334 ms) by ziggo (of 1 avail 1)
2013/09/03 14:14:34 A0C94C0 c tvheadend (0604&000000/00D7/44:A02D): found (336 ms) by ziggo (of 1 avail 1)
2013/09/03 14:14:35 A0C94C0 c tvheadend (0604&000000/5DC1/44:6517): found (326 ms) by ziggo (of 1 avail 1)
2013/09/03 14:14:35 A0C94C0 c tvheadend (0604&000000/5DC1/44:928A): rejected reader peer (559 ms) by ziggo (of 1 avail 1)
2013/09/03 14:14:59 A0C94C0 c tvheadend (0604&000000/5DC1/44:B0E5): rejected reader peer (0 ms) by ziggo (of 1 avail 1)
2013/09/03 14:14:59 A0C94C0 c tvheadend (0604&000000/5DC1/44:4006): rejected reader peer (0 ms) by ziggo (of 1 avail 1)
2013/09/03 14:15:24 A0C94C0 c tvheadend (0604&000000/5DC1/44:3DBC): rejected reader peer (0 ms) by ziggo (of 1 avail 1)
2013/09/03 14:15:24 A0C94C0 c tvheadend (0604&000000/5DC1/44:0DBA): rejected reader peer (0 ms) by ziggo (of 1 avail 1)
2013/09/03 14:15:49 A0C94C0 c tvheadend (0604&000000/5DC1/44:7AAB): rejected reader peer (1 ms) by ziggo (of 1 avail 1)
2013/09/03 14:17:01 A0C94C0 c tvheadend (0604&000000/5DC1/44:FB7C): found (333 ms) by ziggo (of 1 avail 1)
2013/09/03 14:17:02 A0C94C0 c tvheadend (0604&000000/5DC1/44:07EF): rejected reader peer (538 ms) by ziggo (of 1 avail 1)
2013/09/03 14:17:04 A0C94C0 c tvheadend (0604&000000/5DC1/44:FF50): rejected reader peer (2 ms) by ziggo (of 1 avail 1)
2013/09/03 14:17:04 A0C94C0 c tvheadend (0604&000000/5DC1/44:BDD6): rejected reader peer (0 ms) by ziggo (of 1 avail 1)
2013/09/03 14:17:29 A0C94C0 c tvheadend (0604&000000/5DC1/44:6FD2): rejected reader peer (0 ms) by ziggo (of 1 avail 1)
2013/09/03 14:17:29 A0C94C0 c tvheadend (0604&000000/5DC1/44:5B0F): rejected reader peer (1 ms) by ziggo (of 1 avail 1)
2013/09/03 14:17:48 A0C94C0 c tvheadend (0604&000000/00EF/44:4957): found (337 ms) by ziggo (of 1 avail 1)
2013/09/03 14:17:49 A0C94C0 c tvheadend (0604&000000/00EF/44:94E9): rejected reader peer (534 ms) by ziggo (of 1 avail 1)
2013/09/03 14:18:01 A0C94C0 c tvheadend (0604&000000/00EF/44:E9D2): rejected reader peer (0 ms) by ziggo (of 1 avail 1)
2013/09/03 14:18:01 A0C94C0 c tvheadend (0604&000000/00EF/44:7D36): rejected reader peer (0 ms) by ziggo (of 1 avail 1)
2013/09/03 14:18:26 A0C94C0 c tvheadend (0604&000000/00EF/44D1A): rejected reader peer (0 ms) by ziggo (of 1 avail 1)
2013/09/03 14:18:26 A0C94C0 c tvheadend (0604&000000/00EF/44:05AF): rejected reader peer (0 ms) by ziggo (of 1 avail 1)
2013/09/03 14:18:51 A0C94C0 c tvheadend (0604&000000/00EF/44:57B3): rejected reader peer (0 ms) by ziggo (of 1 avail 1)

I've been trying to solve this for quite a while now. I hope someone here can help me. I've added the config files and some logging. I don't think it's the config files, as they are the same as my brothers, except for the server ofcourse. His system is working fine.

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Replies (1)

RE: Oscam stops descrambling - Tvheadend - XBMC - Added by Süheyl Karakas about 9 years ago

Thread can be closed!

Fresh install did the trick!

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