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-Driver for active AVM Controller.
-
-The driver provides a kernel capi2.0 Interface (kernelcapi) and
-on top of this a User-Level-CAPI2.0-interface (capi)
-and a driver to connect isdn4linux with CAPI2.0 (capidrv).
-The lowlevel interface can be used to implement a CAPI2.0
-also for passive cards since July 1999.
-
-The author can be reached at calle@calle.in-berlin.de.
-The command avmcapictrl is part of the isdn4k-utils.
-t4-files can be found at ftp://ftp.avm.de/cardware/b1/linux/firmware
-
-Currently supported cards:
- B1 ISA (all versions)
- B1 PCI
- T1/T1B (HEMA card)
- M1
- M2
- B1 PCMCIA
-
-Installing
-----------
-
-You need at least /dev/capi20 to load the firmware.
-
-mknod /dev/capi20 c 68 0
-mknod /dev/capi20.00 c 68 1
-mknod /dev/capi20.01 c 68 2
-.
-.
-.
-mknod /dev/capi20.19 c 68 20
-
-Running
--------
-
-To use the card you need the t4-files to download the firmware.
-AVM GmbH provides several t4-files for the different D-channel
-protocols (b1.t4 for Euro-ISDN). Install these file in /lib/isdn.
-
-if you configure as modules load the modules this way:
-
-insmod /lib/modules/current/misc/capiutil.o
-insmod /lib/modules/current/misc/b1.o
-insmod /lib/modules/current/misc/kernelcapi.o
-insmod /lib/modules/current/misc/capidrv.o
-insmod /lib/modules/current/misc/capi.o
-
-if you have an B1-PCI card load the module b1pci.o
-insmod /lib/modules/current/misc/b1pci.o
-and load the firmware with
-avmcapictrl load /lib/isdn/b1.t4 1
-
-if you have an B1-ISA card load the module b1isa.o
-and add the card by calling
-avmcapictrl add 0x150 15
-and load the firmware by calling
-avmcapictrl load /lib/isdn/b1.t4 1
-
-if you have an T1-ISA card load the module t1isa.o
-and add the card by calling
-avmcapictrl add 0x450 15 T1 0
-and load the firmware by calling
-avmcapictrl load /lib/isdn/t1.t4 1
-
-if you have an PCMCIA card (B1/M1/M2) load the module b1pcmcia.o
-before you insert the card.
-
-Leased Lines with B1
---------------------
-Init card and load firmware.
-For an D64S use "FV: 1" as phone number
-For an D64S2 use "FV: 1" and "FV: 2" for multilink
-or "FV: 1,2" to use CAPI channel bundling.
-
-/proc-Interface
------------------
-
-/proc/capi:
- dr-xr-xr-x 2 root root 0 Jul 1 14:03 .
- dr-xr-xr-x 82 root root 0 Jun 30 19:08 ..
- -r--r--r-- 1 root root 0 Jul 1 14:03 applications
- -r--r--r-- 1 root root 0 Jul 1 14:03 applstats
- -r--r--r-- 1 root root 0 Jul 1 14:03 capi20
- -r--r--r-- 1 root root 0 Jul 1 14:03 capidrv
- -r--r--r-- 1 root root 0 Jul 1 14:03 controller
- -r--r--r-- 1 root root 0 Jul 1 14:03 contrstats
- -r--r--r-- 1 root root 0 Jul 1 14:03 driver
- -r--r--r-- 1 root root 0 Jul 1 14:03 ncci
- -r--r--r-- 1 root root 0 Jul 1 14:03 users
-
-/proc/capi/applications:
- applid level3cnt datablkcnt datablklen ncci-cnt recvqueuelen
- level3cnt: capi_register parameter
- datablkcnt: capi_register parameter
- ncci-cnt: current number of nccis (connections)
- recvqueuelen: number of messages on receive queue
- for example:
-1 -2 16 2048 1 0
-2 2 7 2048 1 0
-
-/proc/capi/applstats:
- applid recvctlmsg nrecvdatamsg nsentctlmsg nsentdatamsg
- recvctlmsg: capi messages received without DATA_B3_IND
- recvdatamsg: capi DATA_B3_IND received
- sentctlmsg: capi messages sent without DATA_B3_REQ
- sentdatamsg: capi DATA_B3_REQ sent
- for example:
-1 2057 1699 1721 1699
-
-/proc/capi/capi20: statistics of capi.o (/dev/capi20)
- minor nopen nrecvdropmsg nrecvctlmsg nrecvdatamsg sentctlmsg sentdatamsg
- minor: minor device number of capi device
- nopen: number of calls to devices open
- nrecvdropmsg: capi messages dropped (messages in recvqueue in close)
- nrecvctlmsg: capi messages received without DATA_B3_IND
- nrecvdatamsg: capi DATA_B3_IND received
- nsentctlmsg: capi messages sent without DATA_B3_REQ
- nsentdatamsg: capi DATA_B3_REQ sent
-
- for example:
-1 2 18 0 16 2
-
-/proc/capi/capidrv: statistics of capidrv.o (capi messages)
- nrecvctlmsg nrecvdatamsg sentctlmsg sentdatamsg
- nrecvctlmsg: capi messages received without DATA_B3_IND
- nrecvdatamsg: capi DATA_B3_IND received
- nsentctlmsg: capi messages sent without DATA_B3_REQ
- nsentdatamsg: capi DATA_B3_REQ sent
- for example:
-2780 2226 2256 2226
-
-/proc/capi/controller:
- controller drivername state cardname controllerinfo
- for example:
-1 b1pci running b1pci-e000 B1 3.07-01 0xe000 19
-2 t1isa running t1isa-450 B1 3.07-01 0x450 11 0
-3 b1pcmcia running m2-150 B1 3.07-01 0x150 5
-
-/proc/capi/contrstats:
- controller nrecvctlmsg nrecvdatamsg sentctlmsg sentdatamsg
- nrecvctlmsg: capi messages received without DATA_B3_IND
- nrecvdatamsg: capi DATA_B3_IND received
- nsentctlmsg: capi messages sent without DATA_B3_REQ
- nsentdatamsg: capi DATA_B3_REQ sent
- for example:
-1 2845 2272 2310 2274
-2 2 0 2 0
-3 2 0 2 0
-
-/proc/capi/driver:
- drivername ncontroller
- for example:
-b1pci 1
-t1isa 1
-b1pcmcia 1
-b1isa 0
-
-/proc/capi/ncci:
- apllid ncci winsize sendwindow
- for example:
-1 0x10101 8 0
-
-/proc/capi/users: kernelmodules that use the kernelcapi.
- name
- for example:
-capidrv
-capi20
-
-Questions
----------
-Check out the FAQ (ftp.isdn4linux.de) or subscribe to the
-linux-avmb1@calle.in-berlin.de mailing list by sending
-a mail to majordomo@calle.in-berlin.de with
-subscribe linux-avmb1
-in the body.
-
-German documentation and several scripts can be found at
-ftp://ftp.avm.de/cardware/b1/linux/
-
-Bugs
-----
-If you find any please let me know.
-
-Enjoy,
-
-Carsten Paeth (calle@calle.in-berlin.de)