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       hisaxctrl DriverId command parameters


       hisaxctrl  is  used to setup the HiSax-ISDN device driver.
       All logging-output is sent to the device /dev/isdnctrl. So
       you can show it by executing cat /dev/isdnctrl.
       NOTE:  for  devfs  systems, the program will automatically
       use /dev/isdn/isdnctrl if available.

       The use of hisaxctrl only makes sense if you are using the
       HiSax driver.


              is  used  to identify the card when using more than
              one passive card. While loading  the  hisax  module
              with  insmod,  or  modprobe  the DriverId is set by
              appending id=idstring1%idstring2%...  to  the  com­

              is  an  integer  selecting  the setup category. The
              following values are defined for setting  the  log­
              ging-level of the HiSax-ISDN device driver:

               0 reports card status infos.
               1 selects generic debugging.
              11 selects layer 1 development debugging.
              13 selects layer 3 development debugging.

       the following commands are used to enable special features
       during runtime of the HiSax-ISDN device driver.

               2 set B-channel ON delay to parameter (in ms)
               5 set B-channel in leased mode
               6 set B-channel in TESTLOOP mode
               7 set/reset card in Point To Point mode
               8 set card in FIXED TEI mode
               9 load firmware for DSP cards
              10 set B-channel usage limit to 1 or 2 channels
              12 set echo logging mode (only for some cards)
                 B-channel usage limit needs to be 1 if enabled

              If the command is 9 then the parameter is the  full
              pathname to the file containing the firmware.

              For  debug settings this is an integer representing
              a bitmask. Every bit in this mask switches a  debug
              0x100 B-Channel link state debugging
              0x200 TEI debug
              0x400 LOCK debug in callc.c
              0x800 More debug in callc.c (not for normal use)

              With layer 1 development debugging selected
              (command 11):

              0x001 Warnings (default: on)
              0x002 IRQ status
              0x004 ISAC
              0x008 ISAC FIFO
              0x010 HSCX
              0x020 HSCX FIFO (attention: full B-Channel output!)
              0x040 D-Channel LAPD frame types

              With layer 3 development debugging selected
              (command 13):

              0x001 Warnings (default: on)
              0x002 l3 protocol discriptor errors
              0x004 l3 state machine
              0x008 charge info debugging (1TR6)


       hisaxctrl HiSax 1 0x3ff
              enables full generic debugging.


       © 2000  by Karsten Keil <kkeil@suse.de>


       isdnctrl(8), isdn_cause(7), isdninfo(4).

isdn4k-utils-3.3            2001/08/09               HISAXCTRL(8)

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