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Share BISS from PC to STB. How?

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I have a STP in which i can't enter BISS keys manually, but has cccam and newcamd working.

Is there a way to share the BISS key from my PC to my stp?

All i need is to watch the live feeds, no interest in any channels.
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use fausto or oscam for windows. . . .if your pc is linux then you can run oscam or CCcam on it then direct your keys to them to share. . . . .
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With Fausto i was able to open the IMG 3U Tan**erg channel on 7ºE with vPlug plugin, but didn't managed to open the biss feeds.

If you say it's possible then it's time to lose a few more hours trying to.
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I got Fausto to connect on a few channels, it doesn't decrypt because i don't have the keys, but these are keys i'm not interested in.
Here's the server log with an Irdeto encrypted channel
Code:
N: 192.168.0.140 13000 0102030405060708091011121314 { 0664/000000 }
Code:
Ecm:>************************ 21-09-2016 04:17:14 ************************
Ecm:> Server Newcamd [192.168.0.140:13000] -> client [192.168.0.178]
Ecm:> XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Ecm:> {0664/000000/2013/4000}   [CAN'T DECODE]
When tuning to a BISS channel with the following server line and one active key in KEYS.bin i see no activity.
Code:
N: 192.168.0.140 13000 0102030405060708091011121314 { 2600/000000 }
I tested on a 2nd box with the same result. I can clear the channel by entering the biss manually so the key is correct.

What am i missing in Fausto setup?
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