Exchange a CSP CWS Connector.

Again here is a basic guide for how and what to exchange with CSP CWS Connectors, so I will and explain as simply as I can

below is the sample csp xml file

also it has a profile for *** uk already in place other provider profiles can be found higher up this thread
if someone requests to exchange a cws connector he will give you some information to input.

example :

Code: :8082 user password
I have shown how to enter that info lower down in the xml

In return you will send your dns address the port number of your csp which by default is 8082 you can change that if you wish

also you will need to make a user name and password for example, friend user1 as shown in this thread

just to remind you further down is shown where to enter user & password

<cardserv-proxy ver="0.9.0">

<default-des-key>01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14</default-des-key>

<extended-newcamd listen-port="***XX/>

<profile name="0963-***UK" ca-id="0963" network-id="0002" provider-idents="00 00 00" enabled="true" debug="true">
<newcamd listen-port="11005">
<card-data type="config" ca-id="0963">
<providers>00 00 00</providers></card-data></newcamd><max-cw-wait>9</max-cw-wait>
<services-file format="cccam" ca-id="0963" filter="000000">/var/etc/CCcam.channelinfo</services-file>


<logging log-ecm="true" log-emm="true" log-zapping="false" hide-ip-addresses="false">
<log-file rotate-count="3" rotate-max-size="1024">log/cardserv.log</log-file>

<ssl enabled="false">
<keystore password="secret">etc/csp_keystore</keystore>

<user-manager class="com.bowman.cardserv.SimpleUserManager">
<user name="admin" password="secret" max-connections="3" admin="true"/>
<user name="user1" password="secret1" profiles="myprofile"/>
<user name="a" password="b"/><!--you want to see all lines so do not add profiles-->
<user name="friend" password="user1" profiles="0963-***UK"/>



<default-des-key>01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14</default-des-key>


<mapper profile="myprofile">


<csp-connector name="friend" enabled="true" debug="true" metric="1">
<url> :8082</url>

<newcamd-connector name="mylocal-***" profile="0963-***UK" provider-idents="00 00 00" enabled="true" metric="1">



<plugin class="com.bowman.cardserv.LoggingPlugin" enabled="false">
<plugin class="com.bowman.cardserv.DcwFilterPlugin" enabled="true" jar-file="dcwfilterplugin.jar"/>
<plugin class="com.bowman.cardserv.ProviderIdentPlugin" enabled="true" jar-file="provideridentplugin.jar"/>
<plugin class="com.bowman.cardserv.I*****Plugin" enabled="true" jar-file="i*****plugin.jar"/>

<cache-handler class="com.bowman.cardserv.DefaultCache">


save changes and that is it

note if the user has other providers such as *** de, or n*** you will have to put profiles and user idents in the xml to be able to view those channels

Now in Return you would give

http://yourdns.or.ip:8082 friend user1
Also if someone gives a newcamd nline connector you enter the information similar to how the local card was entered

for example:

N: 12555 user password 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14
he also tells you his local card is sly Germany

Firstly you would need to make a profile for Sly Germany


<profile name="1702-***DE" ca-id="1702" network-id="0085" provider-idents="00 00 00" enabled="true" debug="true">
   <newcamd listen-port="13001">
       <card-data type="config" ca-id="1702">
       <providers>00 00 00</providers></card-data></newcamd><max-cw wait>7</max-cw-wait>
   <services-file format="cccam" ca-id="1702" filter="000000">etc/CCcam.channelinfo</services-file>
and then a newcamd connector using the information given


 <newcamd-connector name="friend" profile="1702-***DE" provider-idents="00 00 00" enabled="true" metric="1">
   <des-key>01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14</des-key>