Have you ever looked for free cccam servers over the internet? Well, I did! Unfortunately, most websites returned by google were useless. After many searches and many disappointing results, I found a way to get to those clines.
First, get a list of clines from internet. As you may already know, a cline is a line like this:
C: <server.hostname.ext> <serverport> <username> <password> …
Many CCcam servers use dyndns.com to have a free hostname and the default CCcam server port is 12000 so let’s try a google search like this one:
dyndns 12000 forum
I added the word forum because otherwise google returns plenty of websites with useless clines built only to get web traffic. The forums are the best place to search for free CCcam servers.
So by now, we may have a quite large cline list but the most part of it will be outdated. That’s why I built the CLine Tester tool. Basically, it takes a list of clines and determine which are still valid. By valid I mean the CCcam server accepts the username and the password.
Unfortunately somebody else may already be using that cline. You will notice it because you will be disconnected each 5 secs or so (or it will show 0 cards). That is because when you login to the CCcam server you disconnect any previous client logged with the same credentials. But once disconnected, this one will try to reconnect, disconnecting you this time.
There’s no download for the cline tester. It’s a web application located at the home page of this site. If you need help, check this video for step by step instructions: