How to get the ECM info and CAIDs for channels with dvbsnoop in Newnigma2 ?

    • How to get the ECM info and CAIDs for channels with dvbsnoop in Newnigma2 ?

      Hello

      How to get the ECM info and CAIDs for channels with dvbsnoop ?

      Some are suggested that I should run the following command in telnet. But when I run it nothing happens:

      Source Code

      1. dvbsnoop -n 1 -nph 1 | grep CA_system_ID | awk -F "(" '{print $2}' | awk -F ")" '{print $1}'


      Some have suggested the following command:

      Source Code

      1. dvbsnoop -n 1 -nph 1


      When I run it, a series of information be appears but ECM info and CAIDs did not appear.

      Regards
    • Your first quote is okay. With them all caids are listed from the tuned channel of tuner 1.
      To see the ecm stream there is a lot of more to do, ex. set pid and filter.

      Ps. this is not only a newnigma image related question. dvbsnoop will work on all images the same way
    • Hi,

      for CAID try

      dvbsnoop -n 1 -nph 1 -demux /dev/dvb/adapter0/demux3

      for example Discovery HD:

      root@dm7020hd:~# dvbsnoop -n 1 -nph 1 -demux /dev/dvb/adapter0/demux3
      dvbsnoop V1.4.51 -- dvbsnoop.sourceforge.net/

      ------------------------------------------------------------
      SECT-Packet: 00000001 PID: 1 (0x0001), Length: 36 (0x0024)
      Time received: Sat 2014-11-01 14:03:09.767
      ------------------------------------------------------------
      PID: 1 (0x0001) [= assigned for: ISO 13818-1 Conditional Access Table (CAT)]

      Guess table from table id...
      CAT-decoding....
      Table_ID: 1 (0x01) [= Conditional Access Table (CAT)]
      section_syntax_indicator: 1 (0x01)
      (fixed): 0 (0x00)
      reserved_1: 3 (0x03)
      Section_length: 33 (0x0021)
      reserved_2: 262143 (0x3ffff)
      Version_number: 18 (0x12)
      current_next_indicator: 1 (0x01) [= valid now]
      Section_number: 0 (0x00)
      Last_Section_number: 0 (0x00)

      MPEG-DescriptorTag: 9 (0x09) [= CA_descriptor]
      descriptor_length: 4 (0x04)
      CA_system_ID: 6195 (0x1833) [= Kudelski SA]
      reserved: 7 (0x07)
      CA_PID: 4098 (0x1002)

      MPEG-DescriptorTag: 9 (0x09) [= CA_descriptor]
      descriptor_length: 4 (0x04)
      CA_system_ID: 2500 (0x09c4) [= News Datacom]
      reserved: 7 (0x07)
      CA_PID: 4104 (0x1008)

      MPEG-DescriptorTag: 9 (0x09) [= CA_descriptor]
      descriptor_length: 4 (0x04)
      CA_system_ID: 2479 (0x09af) [= News Datacom]
      reserved: 7 (0x07)
      CA_PID: 4105 (0x1009)

      MPEG-DescriptorTag: 9 (0x09) [= CA_descriptor]
      descriptor_length: 4 (0x04)
      CA_system_ID: 2444 (0x098c) [= News Datacom]
      reserved: 7 (0x07)
      CA_PID: 4104 (0x1008)

      CRC: 3240313943 (0xc1234457)
      ==========================================================

      papa_pepe
    • nightmann wrote:

      Your first quote is okay. With them all caids are listed from the tuned channel of tuner 1.
      To see the ecm stream there is a lot of more to do, ex. set pid and filter.

      Ps. this is not only a newnigma image related question. dvbsnoop will work on all images the same way

      Where can I find this list?

      Because when I run the command, no list appeared in telnet.

      Ps: I want to get ECM info and CAIDs for channels with CW (BISS) coding system.

      [Blocked Image: http://upload7.ir/imgs/2014-11/02047678284286062510.png]

      The post was edited 2 times, last by jalizi ().

    • papa_pepe wrote:

      or try this.

      dvbsnoop -n 1 -nph 1 -demux /dev/dvb/adapter0/demux3 | grep CA_system_ID | awk -F "(" '{print $2}' | awk -F ")" '{print $1}'

      for example: Discovery HD:

      0x1833
      0x09c4
      0x09af
      0x098c

      papa_pepe

      Thank you

      But how do I get the ECM info through this way?

      When I run Your suggested command, no list appeared in telnet.

      [Blocked Image: http://upload7.ir/imgs/2014-11/01549894669303228304.png]

      Ps: I want to get ECM info and CAIDs for channels with CW (BISS) coding system.

      The post was edited 2 times, last by jalizi ().

    • Hi
      ich hol das Thema noch einmal aus der Versenkung.
      Kann es sein das dvbsnoop nicht richtig funktioniert? Ich hab es mit der DM8000 sowie der DM7080 versucht und bekomme bei fast keinem
      abgesetzten Kommando eine Ausgabe.

      Brainfuck Source Code

      1. root@dm7080:~# dvbsnoop -s pidscan
      2. dvbsnoop V1.4.51 -- http://dvbsnoop.sourceforge.net/
      3. ---------------------------------------------------------
      4. Transponder PID-Scan...
      5. ---------------------------------------------------------
      6. root@dm7080:~#

      Schalte ich z.B. auf einen Himmelssender und setz das

      Source Code

      1. dvbsnoop -n 1 -nph 1 -demux /dev/dvb/adapter0/demux3 | grep CA_system_ID | awk -F "(" '{print $2}' | awk -F ")" '{print $1}'

      ab , so bleibt das Terminalfenster ebenfalls leer.
      Die Abfrage der Frontendinfo klappt z.B.
      Display Spoiler
      dvbsnoop -s feinfo
      dvbsnoop V1.4.51 -- dvbsnoop.sourceforge.net/

      ---------------------------------------------------------
      FrontEnd Info...
      ---------------------------------------------------------

      Device: /dev/dvb/adapter0/frontend0

      Basic capabilities:
      Name: "bcm4506"
      Frontend-type: QPSK (DVB-S)
      Frequency (min): 925.000 MHz
      Frequency (max): 2175.000 MHz
      Frequency stepsiz: 125.000 MHz
      Frequency tolerance: 0.000 MHz
      Symbol rate (min): 0.000000 MSym/s
      Symbol rate (max): 45.000000 MSym/s
      Symbol rate tolerance: 0 ppm
      Notifier delay: 0 ms
      Frontend capabilities:
      auto inversion
      FEC 1/2
      FEC 2/3
      FEC 3/4
      FEC 4/5
      FEC 5/6
      FEC 6/7
      FEC 7/8
      FEC AUTO
      QPSK

      Current parameters:
      Frequency: 1470.500 MHz
      Inversion: AUTO
      Symbol rate: 27.500000 MSym/s
      FEC:



      Vielleicht weis jemand wo der Schuh klemmt :D

      Gruß zeff

      The post was edited 1 time, last by zeff ().

    • OK, solved the problem. On a dreambox with the latest newnigma image installed, try this line if you want to save emm's to your hard drive:

      dvbsnoop -npd 0xXXXX -b -crc -demux /dev/dvb/adapter0/demux3 > /media/hdd/filename_emm.bin

      where 0xXXXX is the CA_PID for the channel provider.