aboutsummaryrefslogtreecommitdiff
path: root/Documentation/isdn/README
diff options
context:
space:
mode:
Diffstat (limited to 'Documentation/isdn/README')
-rw-r--r--Documentation/isdn/README599
1 files changed, 599 insertions, 0 deletions
diff --git a/Documentation/isdn/README b/Documentation/isdn/README
new file mode 100644
index 00000000..cfb18843
--- /dev/null
+++ b/Documentation/isdn/README
@@ -0,0 +1,599 @@
+README for the ISDN-subsystem
+
+1. Preface
+
+ 1.1 Introduction
+
+ This README describes how to set up and how to use the different parts
+ of the ISDN-subsystem.
+
+ For using the ISDN-subsystem, some additional userlevel programs are
+ necessary. Those programs and some contributed utilities are available
+ at
+
+ ftp.isdn4linux.de
+
+ /pub/isdn4linux/isdn4k-utils-<VersionNumber>.tar.gz
+
+
+ We also have set up a mailing-list:
+
+ The isdn4linux-project originates in Germany, and therefore by historical
+ reasons, the mailing-list's primary language is german. However mails
+ written in english have been welcome all the time.
+
+ to subscribe: write a email to majordomo@listserv.isdn4linux.de,
+ Subject irrelevant, in the message body:
+ subscribe isdn4linux <your_email_address>
+
+ To write to the mailing-list, write to isdn4linux@listserv.isdn4linux.de
+
+ This mailinglist is bidirectionally gated to the newsgroup
+
+ de.alt.comm.isdn4linux
+
+ There is also a well maintained FAQ in English available at
+ http://www.mhessler.de/i4lfaq/
+ It can be viewed online, or downloaded in sgml/text/html format.
+ The FAQ can also be viewed online at
+ http://www.isdn4linux.de/faq/
+ or downloaded from
+ ftp://ftp.isdn4linux.de/pub/isdn4linux/FAQ/
+
+ 1.1 Technical details
+
+ In the following Text, the terms MSN and EAZ are used.
+
+ MSN is the abbreviation for (M)ultiple(S)ubscriber(N)umber, and applies
+ to Euro(EDSS1)-type lines. Usually it is simply the phone number.
+
+ EAZ is the abbreviation of (E)ndgeraete(A)uswahl(Z)iffer and
+ applies to German 1TR6-type lines. This is a one-digit string,
+ simply appended to the base phone number
+
+ The internal handling is nearly identical, so replace the appropriate
+ term to that one, which applies to your local ISDN-environment.
+
+ When the link-level-module isdn.o is loaded, it supports up to 16
+ low-level-modules with up to 64 channels. (The number 64 is arbitrarily
+ chosen and can be configured at compile-time --ISDN_MAX in isdn.h).
+ A low-level-driver can register itself through an interface (which is
+ defined in isdnif.h) and gets assigned a slot.
+ The following char-devices are made available for each channel:
+
+ A raw-control-device with the following functions:
+ write: raw D-channel-messages (format: depends on driver).
+ read: raw D-channel-messages (format: depends on driver).
+ ioctl: depends on driver, i.e. for the ICN-driver, the base-address of
+ the ports and the shared memory on the card can be set and read
+ also the boot-code and the protocol software can be loaded into
+ the card.
+
+ O N L Y !!! for debugging (no locking against other devices):
+ One raw-data-device with the following functions:
+ write: data to B-channel.
+ read: data from B-channel.
+
+ In addition the following devices are made available:
+
+ 128 tty-devices (64 cuix and 64 ttyIx) with integrated modem-emulator:
+ The functionality is almost the same as that of a serial device
+ (the line-discs are handled by the kernel), which lets you run
+ SLIP, CSLIP and asynchronous PPP through the devices. We have tested
+ Seyon, minicom, CSLIP (uri-dip) PPP, mgetty, XCept and Hylafax.
+
+ The modem-emulation supports the following:
+ 1.3.1 Commands:
+
+ ATA Answer incoming call.
+ ATD<No.> Dial, the number may contain:
+ [0-9] and [,#.*WPT-S]
+ the latter are ignored until 'S'.
+ The 'S' must precede the number, if
+ the line is a SPV (German 1TR6).
+ ATE0 Echo off.
+ ATE1 Echo on (default).
+ ATH Hang-up.
+ ATH1 Off hook (ignored).
+ ATH0 Hang-up.
+ ATI Return "ISDN for Linux...".
+ ATI0 "
+ ATI1 "
+ ATI2 Report of last connection.
+ ATO On line (data mode).
+ ATQ0 Enable result codes (default).
+ ATQ1 Disable result codes (default).
+ ATSx=y Set register x to y.
+ ATSx? Show contents of register x.
+ ATV0 Numeric responses.
+ ATV1 English responses (default).
+ ATZ Load registers and EAZ/MSN from Profile.
+ AT&Bx Set Send-Packet-size to x (max. 4000)
+ The real packet-size may be limited by the
+ low-level-driver used. e.g. the HiSax-Module-
+ limit is 2000. You will get NO Error-Message,
+ if you set it to higher values, because at the
+ time of giving this command the corresponding
+ driver may not be selected (see "Automatic
+ Assignment") however the size of outgoing packets
+ will be limited correctly.
+ AT&D0 Ignore DTR
+ AT&D2 DTR-low-edge: Hang up and return to
+ command mode (default).
+ AT&D3 Same as AT&D2 but also resets all registers.
+ AT&Ex Set the EAZ/MSN for this channel to x.
+ AT&F Reset all registers and profile to "factory-defaults"
+ AT&Lx Set list of phone numbers to listen on. x is a
+ list of wildcard patterns separated by semicolon.
+ If this is set, it has precedence over the MSN set
+ by AT&E.
+ AT&Rx Select V.110 bitrate adaption.
+ This command enables V.110 protocol with 9600 baud
+ (x=9600), 19200 baud (x=19200) or 38400 baud
+ (x=38400). A value of x=0 disables V.110 switching
+ back to default X.75. This command sets the following
+ Registers:
+ Reg 14 (Layer-2 protocol):
+ x = 0: 0
+ x = 9600: 7
+ x = 19200: 8
+ x = 38400: 9
+ Reg 18.2 = 1
+ Reg 19 (Additional Service Indicator):
+ x = 0: 0
+ x = 9600: 197
+ x = 19200: 199
+ x = 38400: 198
+ Note on value in Reg 19:
+ There is _NO_ common convention for 38400 baud.
+ The value 198 is chosen arbitrarily. Users
+ _MUST_ negotiate this value before establishing
+ a connection.
+ AT&Sx Set window-size (x = 1..8) (not yet implemented)
+ AT&V Show all settings.
+ AT&W0 Write registers and EAZ/MSN to profile. See also
+ iprofd (5.c in this README).
+ AT&X0 BTX-mode and T.70-mode off (default)
+ AT&X1 BTX-mode on. (S13.1=1, S13.5=0 S14=0, S16=7, S18=7, S19=0)
+ AT&X2 T.70-mode on. (S13.1=1, S13.5=1, S14=0, S16=7, S18=7, S19=0)
+ AT+Rx Resume a suspended call with CallID x (x = 1,2,3...)
+ AT+Sx Suspend a call with CallID x (x = 1,2,3...)
+
+ For voice-mode commands refer to README.audio
+
+ 1.3.2 Escape sequence:
+ During a connection, the emulation reacts just like
+ a normal modem to the escape sequence <DELAY>+++<DELAY>.
+ (The escape character - default '+' - can be set in the
+ register 2).
+ The DELAY must at least be 1.5 seconds long and delay
+ between the escape characters must not exceed 0.5 seconds.
+
+ 1.3.3 Registers:
+
+ Nr. Default Description
+ 0 0 Answer on ring number.
+ (no auto-answer if S0=0).
+ 1 0 Count of rings.
+ 2 43 Escape character.
+ (a value >= 128 disables the escape sequence).
+ 3 13 Carriage return character (ASCII).
+ 4 10 Line feed character (ASCII).
+ 5 8 Backspace character (ASCII).
+ 6 3 Delay in seconds before dialing.
+ 7 60 Wait for carrier.
+ 8 2 Pause time for comma (ignored)
+ 9 6 Carrier detect time (ignored)
+ 10 7 Carrier loss to disconnect time (ignored).
+ 11 70 Touch tone timing (ignored).
+ 12 69 Bit coded register:
+ Bit 0: 0 = Suppress response messages.
+ 1 = Show response messages.
+ Bit 1: 0 = English response messages.
+ 1 = Numeric response messages.
+ Bit 2: 0 = Echo off.
+ 1 = Echo on.
+ Bit 3 0 = DCD always on.
+ 1 = DCD follows carrier.
+ Bit 4 0 = CTS follows RTS
+ 1 = Ignore RTS, CTS always on.
+ Bit 5 0 = return to command mode on DTR low.
+ 1 = Same as 0 but also resets all
+ registers.
+ See also register 13, bit 2
+ Bit 6 0 = DSR always on.
+ 1 = DSR only on if channel is available.
+ Bit 7 0 = Cisco-PPP-flag-hack off (default).
+ 1 = Cisco-PPP-flag-hack on.
+ 13 0 Bit coded register:
+ Bit 0: 0 = Use delayed tty-send-algorithm
+ 1 = Direct tty-send.
+ Bit 1: 0 = T.70 protocol (Only for BTX!) off
+ 1 = T.70 protocol (Only for BTX!) on
+ Bit 2: 0 = Don't hangup on DTR low.
+ 1 = Hangup on DTR low.
+ Bit 3: 0 = Standard response messages
+ 1 = Extended response messages
+ Bit 4: 0 = CALLER NUMBER before every RING.
+ 1 = CALLER NUMBER after first RING.
+ Bit 5: 0 = T.70 extended protocol off
+ 1 = T.70 extended protocol on
+ Bit 6: 0 = Special RUNG Message off
+ 1 = Special RUNG Message on
+ "RUNG" is delivered on a ttyI, if
+ an incoming call happened (RING) and
+ the remote party hung up before any
+ local ATA was given.
+ Bit 7: 0 = Don't show display messages from net
+ 1 = Show display messages from net
+ (S12 Bit 1 must be 0 too)
+ 14 0 Layer-2 protocol:
+ 0 = X75/LAPB with I-frames
+ 1 = X75/LAPB with UI-frames
+ 2 = X75/LAPB with BUI-frames
+ 3 = HDLC
+ 4 = Transparent (audio)
+ 7 = V.110, 9600 baud
+ 8 = V.110, 19200 baud
+ 9 = V.110, 38400 baud
+ 10 = Analog Modem (only if hardware supports this)
+ 11 = Fax G3 (only if hardware supports this)
+ 15 0 Layer-3 protocol:
+ 0 = transparent
+ 1 = transparent with audio features (e.g. DSP)
+ 2 = Fax G3 Class 2 commands (S14 has to be set to 11)
+ 3 = Fax G3 Class 1 commands (S14 has to be set to 11)
+ 16 250 Send-Packet-size/16
+ 17 8 Window-size (not yet implemented)
+ 18 4 Bit coded register, Service-Octet-1 to accept,
+ or to be used on dialout:
+ Bit 0: Service 1 (audio) when set.
+ Bit 1: Service 5 (BTX) when set.
+ Bit 2: Service 7 (data) when set.
+ Note: It is possible to set more than one
+ bit. In this case, on incoming calls
+ the selected services are accepted,
+ and if the service is "audio", the
+ Layer-2-protocol is automatically
+ changed to 4 regardless of the setting
+ of register 14. On outgoing calls,
+ the most significant 1-bit is chosen to
+ select the outgoing service octet.
+ 19 0 Service-Octet-2
+ 20 0 Bit coded register (readonly)
+ Service-Octet-1 of last call.
+ Bit mapping is the same as register 18
+ 21 0 Bit coded register (readonly)
+ Set on incoming call (during RING) to
+ octet 3 of calling party number IE (Numbering plan)
+ See section 4.5.10 of ITU Q.931
+ 22 0 Bit coded register (readonly)
+ Set on incoming call (during RING) to
+ octet 3a of calling party number IE (Screening info)
+ See section 4.5.10 of ITU Q.931
+ 23 0 Bit coded register:
+ Bit 0: 0 = Add CPN to RING message off
+ 1 = Add CPN to RING message on
+ Bit 1: 0 = Add CPN to FCON message off
+ 1 = Add CPN to FCON message on
+ Bit 2: 0 = Add CDN to RING/FCON message off
+ 1 = Add CDN to RING/FCON message on
+
+ Last but not least a (at the moment fairly primitive) device to request
+ the line-status (/dev/isdninfo) is made available.
+
+ Automatic assignment of devices to lines:
+
+ All inactive physical lines are listening to all EAZs for incoming
+ calls and are NOT assigned to a specific tty or network interface.
+ When an incoming call is detected, the driver looks first for a network
+ interface and then for an opened tty which:
+
+ 1. is configured for the same EAZ.
+ 2. has the same protocol settings for the B-channel.
+ 3. (only for network interfaces if the security flag is set)
+ contains the caller number in its access list.
+ 4. Either the channel is not bound exclusively to another Net-interface, or
+ it is bound AND the other checks apply to exactly this interface.
+ (For usage of the bind-features, refer to the isdnctrl-man-page)
+
+ Only when a matching interface or tty is found is the call accepted
+ and the "connection" between the low-level-layer and the link-level-layer
+ is established and kept until the end of the connection.
+ In all other cases no connection is established. Isdn4linux can be
+ configured to either do NOTHING in this case (which is useful, if
+ other, external devices with the same EAZ/MSN are connected to the bus)
+ or to reject the call actively. (isdnctrl busreject ...)
+
+ For an outgoing call, the inactive physical lines are searched.
+ The call is placed on the first physical line, which supports the
+ requested protocols for the B-channel. If a net-interface, however
+ is pre-bound to a channel, this channel is used directly.
+
+ This makes it possible to configure several network interfaces and ttys
+ for one EAZ, if the network interfaces are set to secure operation.
+ If an incoming call matches one network interface, it gets connected to it.
+ If another incoming call for the same EAZ arrives, which does not match
+ a network interface, the first tty gets a "RING" and so on.
+
+2 System prerequisites:
+
+ ATTENTION!
+
+ Always use the latest module utilities. The current version is
+ named in Documentation/Changes. Some old versions of insmod
+ are not capable of setting the driver-Ids correctly.
+
+3. Lowlevel-driver configuration.
+
+ Configuration depends on how the drivers are built. See the
+ README.<yourDriver> for information on driver-specific setup.
+
+4. Device-inodes
+
+ The major and minor numbers and their names are described in
+ Documentation/devices.txt. The major numbers are:
+
+ 43 for the ISDN-tty's.
+ 44 for the ISDN-callout-tty's.
+ 45 for control/info/debug devices.
+
+5. Application
+
+ a) For some card-types, firmware has to be loaded into the cards, before
+ proceeding with device-independent setup. See README.<yourDriver>
+ for how to do that.
+
+ b) If you only intend to use ttys, you are nearly ready now.
+
+ c) If you want to have really permanent "Modem"-settings on disk, you
+ can start the daemon iprofd. Give it a path to a file at the command-
+ line. It will store the profile-settings in this file every time
+ an AT&W0 is performed on any ISDN-tty. If the file already exists,
+ all profiles are initialized from this file. If you want to unload
+ any of the modules, kill iprofd first.
+
+ d) For networking, continue: Create an interface:
+ isdnctrl addif isdn0
+
+ e) Set the EAZ (or MSN for Euro-ISDN):
+ isdnctrl eaz isdn0 2
+
+ (For 1TR6 a single digit is allowed, for Euro-ISDN the number is your
+ real MSN e.g.: Phone-Number)
+
+ f) Set the number for outgoing calls on the interface:
+ isdnctrl addphone isdn0 out 1234567
+ ... (this can be executed more than once, all assigned numbers are
+ tried in order)
+ and the number(s) for incoming calls:
+ isdnctrl addphone isdn0 in 1234567
+
+ g) Set the timeout for hang-up:
+ isdnctrl huptimeout isdn0 <timeout_in_seconds>
+
+ h) additionally you may activate charge-hang-up (= Hang up before
+ next charge-info, this only works, if your isdn-provider transmits
+ the charge-info during and after the connection):
+ isdnctrl chargehup isdn0 on
+
+ i) Set the dial mode of the interface:
+ isdnctrl dialmode isdn0 auto
+ "off" means that you (or the system) cannot make any connection
+ (neither incoming or outgoing connections are possible). Use
+ this if you want to be sure that no connections will be made.
+ "auto" means that the interface is in auto-dial mode, and will
+ attempt to make a connection whenever a network data packet needs
+ the interface's link. Note that this can cause unexpected dialouts,
+ and lead to a high phone bill! Some daemons or other pc's that use
+ this interface can cause this.
+ Incoming connections are also possible.
+ "manual" is a dial mode created to prevent the unexpected dialouts.
+ In this mode, the interface will never make any connections on its
+ own. You must explicitly initiate a connection with "isdnctrl dial
+ isdn0". However, after an idle time of no traffic as configured for
+ the huptimeout value with isdnctrl, the connection _will_ be ended.
+ If you don't want any automatic hangup, set the huptimeout value to 0.
+ "manual" is the default.
+
+ j) Setup the interface with ifconfig as usual, and set a route to it.
+
+ k) (optional) If you run X11 and have Tcl/Tk-wish version 4.0, you can use
+ the script tools/tcltk/isdnmon. You can add actions for line-status
+ changes. See the comments at the beginning of the script for how to
+ do that. There are other tty-based tools in the tools-subdirectory
+ contributed by Michael Knigge (imon), Volker Götz (imontty) and
+ Andreas Kool (isdnmon).
+
+ l) For initial testing, you can set the verbose-level to 2 (default: 0).
+ Then all incoming calls are logged, even if they are not addressed
+ to one of the configured net-interfaces:
+ isdnctrl verbose 2
+
+ Now you are ready! A ping to the set address should now result in an
+ automatic dial-out (look at syslog kernel-messages).
+ The phone numbers and EAZs can be assigned at any time with isdnctrl.
+ You can add as many interfaces as you like with addif following the
+ directions above. Of course, there may be some limitations. But we have
+ tested as many as 20 interfaces without any problem. However, if you
+ don't give an interface name to addif, the kernel will assign a name
+ which starts with "eth". The number of "eth"-interfaces is limited by
+ the kernel.
+
+5. Additional options for isdnctrl:
+
+ "isdnctrl secure <InterfaceName> on"
+ Only incoming calls, for which the caller-id is listed in the access
+ list of the interface are accepted. You can add caller-id's With the
+ command "isdnctrl addphone <InterfaceName> in <caller-id>"
+ Euro-ISDN does not transmit the leading '0' of the caller-id for an
+ incoming call, therefore you should configure it accordingly.
+ If the real number for the dialout e.g. is "09311234567" the number
+ to configure here is "9311234567". The pattern-match function
+ works similar to the shell mechanism.
+
+ ? one arbitrary digit
+ * zero or arbitrary many digits
+ [123] one of the digits in the list
+ [1-5] one digit between '1' and '5'
+ a '^' as the first character in a list inverts the list
+
+
+ "isdnctrl secure <InterfaceName> off"
+ Switch off secure operation (default).
+
+ "isdnctrl ihup <InterfaceName> [on|off]"
+ Switch the hang-up-timer for incoming calls on or off.
+
+ "isdnctrl eaz <InterfaceName>"
+ Returns the EAZ of an interface.
+
+ "isdnctrl delphone <InterfaceName> in|out <number>"
+ Deletes a number from one of the access-lists of the interface.
+
+ "isdnctrl delif <InterfaceName>"
+ Removes the interface (and possible slaves) from the kernel.
+ (You have to unregister it with "ifconfig <InterfaceName> down" before).
+
+ "isdnctrl callback <InterfaceName> [on|off]"
+ Switches an interface to callback-mode. In this mode, an incoming call
+ will be rejected and after this the remote-station will be called. If
+ you test this feature by using ping, some routers will re-dial very
+ quickly, so that the callback from isdn4linux may not be recognized.
+ In this case use ping with the option -i <sec> to increase the interval
+ between echo-packets.
+
+ "isdnctrl cbdelay <InterfaceName> [seconds]"
+ Sets the delay (default 5 sec) between an incoming call and start of
+ dialing when callback is enabled.
+
+ "isdnctrl cbhup <InterfaceName> [on|off]"
+ This enables (default) or disables an active hangup (reject) when getting an
+ incoming call for an interface which is configured for callback.
+
+ "isdnctrl encap <InterfaceName> <EncapType>"
+ Selects the type of packet-encapsulation. The encapsulation can be changed
+ only while an interface is down.
+
+ At the moment the following values are supported:
+
+ rawip (Default) Selects raw-IP-encapsulation. This means, MAC-headers
+ are stripped off.
+ ip IP with type-field. Same as IP but the type-field of the MAC-header
+ is preserved.
+ x25iface X.25 interface encapsulation (first byte semantics as defined in
+ ../networking/x25-iface.txt). Use this for running the linux
+ X.25 network protocol stack (AF_X25 sockets) on top of isdn.
+ cisco-h A special-mode for communicating with a Cisco, which is configured
+ to do "hdlc"
+ ethernet No stripping. Packets are sent with full MAC-header.
+ The Ethernet-address of the interface is faked, from its
+ IP-address: fc:fc:i1:i2:i3:i4, where i1-4 are the IP-addr.-values.
+ syncppp Synchronous PPP
+
+ uihdlc HDLC with UI-frame-header (for use with DOS ISPA, option -h1)
+
+
+ NOTE: x25iface encapsulation is currently experimental. Please
+ read README.x25 for further details
+
+
+ Watching packets, using standard-tcpdump will fail for all encapsulations
+ except ethernet because tcpdump does not know how to handle packets
+ without MAC-header. A patch for tcpdump is included in the utility-package
+ mentioned above.
+
+ "isdnctrl l2_prot <InterfaceName> <L2-ProtocolName>"
+ Selects a layer-2-protocol.
+ (With the ICN-driver and the HiSax-driver, "x75i" and "hdlc" is available.
+ With other drivers, "x75ui", "x75bui", "x25dte", "x25dce" may be
+ possible too. See README.x25 for x25 related l2 protocols.)
+
+ isdnctrl l3_prot <InterfaceName> <L3-ProtocolName>
+ The same for layer-3. (At the moment only "trans" is allowed)
+
+ "isdnctrl list <InterfaceName>"
+ Shows all parameters of an interface and the charge-info.
+ Try "all" as the interface name.
+
+ "isdnctrl hangup <InterfaceName>"
+ Forces hangup of an interface.
+
+ "isdnctrl bind <InterfaceName> <DriverId>,<ChannelNumber> [exclusive]"
+ If you are using more than one ISDN card, it is sometimes necessary to
+ dial out using a specific card or even preserve a specific channel for
+ dialout of a specific net-interface. This can be done with the above
+ command. Replace <DriverId> by whatever you assigned while loading the
+ module. The <ChannelNumber> is counted from zero. The upper limit
+ depends on the card used. At the moment no card supports more than
+ 2 channels, so the upper limit is one.
+
+ "isdnctrl unbind <InterfaceName>"
+ unbinds a previously bound interface.
+
+ "isdnctrl busreject <DriverId> on|off"
+ If switched on, isdn4linux replies a REJECT to incoming calls, it
+ cannot match to any configured interface.
+ If switched off, nothing happens in this case.
+ You normally should NOT enable this feature, if the ISDN adapter is not
+ the only device connected to the S0-bus. Otherwise it could happen that
+ isdn4linux rejects an incoming call, which belongs to another device on
+ the bus.
+
+ "isdnctrl addslave <InterfaceName> <SlaveName>
+ Creates a slave interface for channel-bundling. Slave interfaces are
+ not seen by the kernel, but their ISDN-part can be configured with
+ isdnctrl as usual. (Phone numbers, EAZ/MSN, timeouts etc.) If more
+ than two channels are to be bundled, feel free to create as many as you
+ want. InterfaceName must be a real interface, NOT a slave. Slave interfaces
+ start dialing, if the master interface resp. the previous slave interface
+ has a load of more than 7000 cps. They hangup if the load goes under 7000
+ cps, according to their "huptimeout"-parameter.
+
+ "isdnctrl sdelay <InterfaceName> secs."
+ This sets the minimum time an Interface has to be fully loaded, until
+ it sends a dial-request to its slave.
+
+ "isdnctrl dial <InterfaceName>"
+ Forces an interface to start dialing even if no packets are to be
+ transferred.
+
+ "isdnctrl mapping <DriverId> MSN0,MSN1,MSN2,...MSN9"
+ This installs a mapping table for EAZ<->MSN-mapping for a single line.
+ Missing MSN's have to be given as "-" or can be omitted, if at the end
+ of the commandline.
+ With this command, it's now possible to have an interface listening to
+ mixed 1TR6- and Euro-Type lines. In this case, the interface has to be
+ configured to a 1TR6-type EAZ (one digit). The mapping is also valid
+ for tty-emulation. Seen from the interface/tty-level the mapping
+ CAN be used, however it's possible to use single tty's/interfaces with
+ real MSN's (more digits) also, in which case the mapping will be ignored.
+ Here is an example:
+
+ You have a 1TR6-type line with base-nr. 1234567 and a Euro-line with
+ MSN's 987654, 987655 and 987656. The DriverId for the Euro-line is "EURO".
+
+ isdnctrl mapping EURO -,987654,987655,987656,-,987655
+ ...
+ isdnctrl eaz isdn0 1 # listen on 12345671(1tr6) and 987654(euro)
+ ...
+ isdnctrl eaz isdn1 4 # listen on 12345674(1tr6) only.
+ ...
+ isdnctrl eaz isdn2 987654 # listen on 987654(euro) only.
+
+ Same scheme is used with AT&E... at the tty's.
+
+6. If you want to write a new low-level-driver, you are welcome.
+ The interface to the link-level-module is described in the file INTERFACE.
+ If the interface should be expanded for any reason, don't do it
+ on your own, send me a mail containing the proposed changes and
+ some reasoning about them.
+ If other drivers will not be affected, I will include the changes
+ in the next release.
+ For developers only, there is a second mailing-list. Write to me
+ (fritz@isdn4linux.de), if you want to join that list.
+
+Have fun!
+
+ -Fritz
+