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avmcapictrl




SYNOPSIS

       avmcapictrl add <portbase> <irq> <type>
       avmcapictrl load <bootcode> [<contrnr> [<protocol>
           [P2P | <dn1>:<spid1> [<dn2>:<spid2>]]]]
       avmcapictrl reset [contrnr]
       avmcapictrl remove [contrnr]
       avmcapictrl  trace  [contrnr]  [off|short|on|full|shortno­
       data|nodata]
       avmcapictrl  addcard <driver> <portbase> <irq> [ <membase>
       [ <cardnr> ] ]


DESCRIPTION

       avmcapictrl is used to register active AVM ISA cards  ker­
       nelcapi  system and therewith to the isdn system. You need
       it also to upload the firmware to any active AVM card.  If
       an  error  occure  please also check the kernel error mes­
       sages by using the command dmesg(8).


COMMANDS

       add <portbase> <irq> <type>
            is used to add a ISA card to the kernel-capi2.0  sys­
            tem.   The portbase can have the values 0x150, 0x250,
            0x300 and 0x340 for the B1 ISA  cards,  look  at  the
            jumper on the card.  For a T1-ISA (HEMA) card you can
            select an wide range of ports.
            irq can be selected from the following values:
            3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 15.
            type can be B1 or T1.

       load <bootcode> [<contrnr> [<protocol>
            [P2P | <dn1>:<spid1> [<dn2>:<spid2>]]]]  is  used  to
            load  the  firmware  to a card bootcode is a t4-file.
            The actual versions of the t4-files for the different
            d-channel     protocols     can     be    found    at
            ftp://ftp.avm.de/cardware/b1/linux/firmware.
            You need different t4-files for different  d  channel
            protocols: b1-1tr6.t4 for 1TR6, b1.t4 for DSS1 and
            b1-usa.t4  for 5ESS and NI1 (DSS1 is also supported).
            For M1/M2 PCMCIA cards you need m1-s10.t4 or m1-s4.t4
            depending on the handy type used.
            contrnr is the number of the controller (card) start­
            ing from 1.
            protocol can be DSS1, CT1, VN3, AUSTEL, 5ESS or  NI1.
            P2P point to point
            DN1:SPID1  DN2:SPID2  is  for  the american protocols
            5ESS and NI1.

       reset [contrnr]

       trace [contrnr] [off|short|on|full|shortnodata|nodata]
            is used to trace CAPI2.0 messages. The trace will  be
            done as kernel messages, see dmesg(8).
            contrnr is the number of the controller (card) start­
            ing from 1.
            off switch traceing off
            short switch one line per CAPI2.0 message tracing on
            on | full switch on full decode tracing
            shortnodata switch on line per CAPI2.0 message  trac­
            ing  on, but exclude DATA_B3_IND and DATA_B3_REQ mes­
            sages.
            on | full switch on full decode tracing, but  exclude
            DATA_B3_IND and DATA_B3_REQ messages.

       addcard <driver> <portbase> <irq> [ <membase> [ <cardnr> ]
       ]
            is used to add a card, this is more generic than add.
            driver currently b1isa or t1isa
            portbase can have the values 0x150, 0x250, 0x300  and
            0x340 for the b1isa driver, look at the jumper on the
            card.  For t1isa driver you can select an wide  range
            of ports.
            irq  can be selected from the following values: 3, 4,
            5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 15.
            membase memory address if needed by driver
            cardnr only usefull with driver t1isa


AUTHOR

       Carsten Paeth <calle@calle.in-berlin.de>


SEE ALSO

       ttyI(4), isdnctrl(8), isdninfo(4).  dmesg(8).  syslogd(8).

isdn4k-utils-3.3            2000/01/28             AVMCAPICTRL(8)
  
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