How to Install Cccam 2.3.0 Ipk on OpenVIX Enigma2 Receivers
Cccam is a popular softcam software that allows you to watch encrypted channels on your satellite receiver. In this article, we will show you how to install Cccam 2.3.0 ipk on OpenVIX Enigma2 receivers, such as Vu+, Edision, Formuler, Gigablue, Golden Interstar, Maxdigital, Medialink, Miraclebox, Mutant, Octagon, Odin-Mara, Opticum, Spycat, Technomate, Tiviar, Venton Unibox and Xtrend.
An OpenVIX Enigma2 receiver connected to the internet and a satellite dish.
A Cccam subscription file (CCcam.cfg) and optionally a priority file (CCcam.prio) and a provider file (CCcam.providers).
A FTP software such as WinSCP for Windows or FileZilla for Mac/Linux.
On your receiver, go to Menu -> Plugins and press the green button to download plugins.
Select softcams and press OK. Choose the latest Cccam version (Cccam 2.3.0 or another version) and choose YES to confirm installation. The installation will take some seconds, please wait.
After installation, press Exit.
On your computer, launch your FTP software and connect to your receiver using the following details: File protocol: FTP; Host name: the IP address of your receiver (e.g. 192.168.1.100); User name: root; Password: empty by default.
Copy your Cccam subscription file (CCcam.cfg) and optionally your priority file (CCcam.prio) and provider file (CCcam.providers) from your computer to the /etc path of your receiver.
On your receiver, press the blue button and select Softcam Manager. Choose Cccam and press the blue button to enable startup of Cccam if receiver reboot.
After that, press the green button to start Cccam. Please wait while starting Cccam.
You have successfully installed Cccam 2.3.0 ipk on your OpenVIX Enigma2 receiver. You can now enjoy watching encrypted channels with your Cccam subscription.
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How to Check if Cccam is Working
To verify that Cccam is working properly, you can do the following:
On your receiver, press the info button and check the signal strength and quality of the channel you want to watch. If they are low or zero, you may have a problem with your dish alignment or cable connection.
On your receiver, press the menu button and go to Information -> About. Check the Cccam version and status. If the status is not OK, you may have a problem with your Cccam configuration or subscription.
On your receiver, press the menu button and go to Information -> Network. Check the IP address and network connection of your receiver. If they are not valid, you may have a problem with your router or internet service provider.
On your computer, open a web browser and type the IP address of your receiver followed by /CCcaminfo.php (e.g. 192.168.1.100/CCcaminfo.php). You will see a web page with detailed information about your Cccam server and clients. Check the uptime, version, cards, hops, ecm time and other parameters. If they are not satisfactory, you may have a problem with your Cccam provider or server.
If you have tried all these steps and still have issues with Cccam, you can contact your Cccam provider for further assistance. 061ffe29dd