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2003-12-29, 13:36:53
pünktlich zu heiligabend hat es mit die partitionstabelle meiner hd zerschossen.
verflucht sein mein ide-controller für diese böse tat.
durch rekonstruktion konnte ich zumindest wieder auf meine windows-datenpartition zugreifen und meine wichtigsten daten auf eine andere hdd überspielen.
danach habe ich die platte komplett neu partitioniert und win/linux neu installiert.

das problem: ich verwende redhat9 und bekomme meine fritz!pci-isdn-karte nicht mehr zum laufen.
dieses problem hatte ich schonmal als ich damals rh9 das erste mal konfigurierte.
die karte ist als netzwerkgerät eingetragen.
die hysax-module werden korrekt geladen.
es ist allerdings nicht möglich,im konfigurationstool den irq und i/o-adressbereich anzugeben da plug'n play.
ich erinnere mich,das ich das damals per hand irgendwo eingetragen/konfiguriert habe womit das problem gelöst wurde.
leider fällt mit nicht mehr ein mit welchem tool/configfile
ich das damals bewerkstelligt habe.
ein überfliegen aller programme in /usr/bin hat mir auch nicht weitergeholfen,ebenso wie googlen und eine nacht drüber schlafen.

wie heißt das konfigurationsprogramm für pnp-pci-karten?
wie kann ich den irq/adressbereich festlegen?

2003-12-29, 13:54:25
Gewöhnlich übergibt man beim Laden des entsprechenden Modules den IRQ und die IO-Adresse.
In deinen Fall..
'modprobe hisax io=iobase irq=IRQ mem=membase type=card_type protocol=D_channel_protocol id=idstring'

'modprobe hisax type=5 protocol=2 io=0x??? irq=??'

IRQ = /proc/interrupts
IO = /proc/ioports

Mehr Informationen gibt es unter "/usr/src/linux/Documentation/isdn/README.HiSax", welche ich mal vom 2.4er angehangen habe.

HiSax is a Linux hardware-level driver for passive ISDN cards with Siemens
chipset (ISAC_S 2085/2086/2186, HSCX SAB 82525). It is based on the Teles
driver from Jan den Ouden.
It is meant to be used with isdn4linux, an ISDN link-level module for Linux
written by Fritz Elfert.

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
(at your option) any later version.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
GNU General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.

Supported cards

Teles 8.0/16.0/16.3 and compatible ones
Teles 16.3c
Teles PCI
Teles S0Box
Creatix S0Box
Creatix PnP S0
Compaq ISDN S0 ISA card
AVM A1 (Fritz, Teledat 150)
AVM Fritz PnP
ELSA Microlink PCC-16, PCF, PCF-Pro, PCC-8
ELSA Quickstep 1000
ELSA Quickstep 1000PCI
ELSA Quickstep 3000 (same settings as QS1000)
ELSA Quickstep 3000PCI
ITK ix1-micro Rev.2
Eicon Diva 2.0 ISA and PCI (S0 and U interface, no PRO version)
Eicon Diva 2.01 ISA and PCI
Eicon Diva 2.02 PCI
Eicon Diva Piccola
ASUSCOM NETWORK INC. ISDNLink 128K PC adapter (order code I-IN100-ST-D)
Dynalink IS64PH (OEM version of ASUSCOM NETWORK INC. ISDNLink 128K adapter)
HFC-2BS0 based cards (TeleInt SA1)
Sedlbauer Speed Card (Speed Win, Teledat 100, PCI, Fax+)
Sedlbauer Speed Star/Speed Star2 (PCMCIA)
Sedlbauer ISDN-Controller PC/104
USR Sportster internal TA (compatible Stollmann tina-pp V3)
USR internal TA PCI
ith Kommunikationstechnik GmbH MIC 16 ISA card
Traverse Technologie NETjet PCI S0 card and NETspider U card
Ovislink ISDN sc100-p card (NETjet driver)
Dr. Neuhaus Niccy PnP/PCI
Siemens I-Surf 1.0
Siemens I-Surf 2.0 (with IPAC, try type 12 asuscom)
HST Saphir
Berkom Telekom A4T
Scitel Quadro
Gazel ISDN cards
HFC-PCI based cards
Winbond W6692 based cards
formula-n enternow
Gerdes Power ISDN

Note: PCF, PCF-Pro: up to now, only the ISDN part is supported
PCC-8: not tested yet
Eicon.Diehl Diva U interface not tested

If you know other passive cards with the Siemens chipset, please let me know.
You can combine any card, if there is no conflict between the resources
(io, mem, irq).

Configuring the driver

The HiSax driver can either be built directly into the kernel or as a module.
It can be configured using the command line feature while loading the kernel
with LILO or LOADLIN or, if built as a module, using insmod/modprobe with
There is also some config needed before you compile the kernel and/or
modules. It is included in the normal "make [menu]config" target at the
kernel. Don't forget it, especially to select the right D-channel protocol.

Please note: In older versions of the HiSax driver, all PnP cards
needed to be configured with isapnp and worked only with the HiSax
driver used as a module.

In the current version, HiSax will automatically use the in-kernel
ISAPnP support, provided you selected it during kernel configuration
(CONFIG_ISAPNP), if you don't give the io=, irq= command line parameters.

The affected card types are: 4,7,12,14,19,27-30

a) when built as a module

insmod/modprobe hisax.o \
io=iobase irq=IRQ mem=membase type=card_type \
protocol=D_channel_protocol id=idstring

or, if several cards are installed:

insmod/modprobe hisax.o \
io=iobase1,iobase2,... irq=IRQ1,IRQ2,... mem=membase1,membase2,... \
type=card_type1,card_type2,... \
protocol=D_channel_protocol1,D_channel_protocol2,... \
id=idstring1%idstring2 ...

where "iobaseN" represents the I/O base address of the Nth card, "membaseN"
the memory base address of the Nth card, etc.

The reason for the delimiter "%" being used in the idstrings is that ","
won't work with the current modules package.

The parameters may be specified in any order. For example, the "io"
parameter may precede the "irq" parameter, or vice versa. If several
cards are installed, the ordering within the comma separated parameter
lists must of course be consistent.

Only parameters applicable to the card type need to be specified. For
example, the Teles 16.3 card is not memory-mapped, so the "mem"
parameter may be omitted for this card. Sometimes it may be necessary
to specify a dummy parameter, however. This is the case when there is
a card of a different type later in the list that needs a parameter
which the preceding card does not. For instance, if a Teles 16.0 card
is listed after a Teles 16.3 card, a dummy memory base parameter of 0
must be specified for the 16.3. Instead of a dummy value, the parameter
can also be skipped by simply omitting the value. For example:
mem=,0xd0000. See example 6 below.

The parameter for the D-Channel protocol may be omitted if you selected the
correct one during kernel config. Valid values are "1" for German 1TR6,
"2" for EDSS1 (Euro ISDN), "3" for leased lines (no D-Channel) and "4"
for US NI1.
With US NI1 you have to include your SPID into the MSN setting in the form
<MSN>:<SPID> for example (your phonenumber is 1234 your SPID 5678):
AT&E1234:5678 on ttyI interfaces
isdnctrl eaz ippp0 1234:5678 on network devices

The Creatix/Teles PnP cards use io1= and io2= instead of io= for specifying
the I/O addresses of the ISAC and HSCX chips, respectively.

Card types:

Type Required parameters (in addition to type and protocol)

1 Teles 16.0 irq, mem, io
2 Teles 8.0 irq, mem
3 Teles 16.3 (non PnP) irq, io
4 Creatix/Teles PnP irq, io0 (ISAC), io1 (HSCX)
5 AVM A1 (Fritz) irq, io
6 ELSA PCC/PCF cards io or nothing for autodetect (the iobase is
required only if you have more than one ELSA
card in your PC)
7 ELSA Quickstep 1000 irq, io (from isapnp setup)
8 Teles 16.3 PCMCIA irq, io
9 ITK ix1-micro Rev.2 irq, io
10 ELSA PCMCIA irq, io (set with card manager)
11 Eicon.Diehl Diva ISA PnP irq, io
11 Eicon.Diehl Diva PCI no parameter
12 ASUS COM ISDNLink irq, io (from isapnp setup)
13 HFC-2BS0 based cards irq, io
14 Teles 16.3c PnP irq, io
15 Sedlbauer Speed Card irq, io
15 Sedlbauer PC/104 irq, io
15 Sedlbauer Speed PCI no parameter
16 USR Sportster internal irq, io
17 MIC card irq, io
18 ELSA Quickstep 1000PCI no parameter
19 Compaq ISDN S0 ISA card irq, io0, io1, io (from isapnp setup io=IO2)
20 NETjet PCI card no parameter
21 Teles PCI no parameter
22 Sedlbauer Speed Star (PCMCIA) irq, io (set with card manager)
24 Dr. Neuhaus Niccy PnP irq, io0, io1 (from isapnp setup)
24 Dr. Neuhaus Niccy PCI no parameter
25 Teles S0Box irq, io (of the used lpt port)
26 AVM A1 PCMCIA (Fritz!) irq, io (set with card manager)
27 AVM PnP (Fritz!PnP) irq, io (from isapnp setup)
27 AVM PCI (Fritz!PCI) no parameter
28 Sedlbauer Speed Fax+ irq, io (from isapnp setup)
29 Siemens I-Surf 1.0 irq, io, memory (from isapnp setup)
30 ACER P10 irq, io (from isapnp setup)
31 HST Saphir irq, io
32 Telekom A4T none
33 Scitel Quadro subcontroller (4*S0, subctrl 1...4)
34 Gazel ISDN cards (ISA) irq,io
34 Gazel ISDN cards (PCI) none
35 HFC 2BDS0 PCI none
36 W6692 based PCI cards none
37 HFC 2BDS0 S+, SP irq,io
38 NETspider U PCI card none
39 HFC 2BDS0 SP/PCMCIA irq,io (set with cardmgr)
40 hotplug interface
41 Formula-n enter:now PCI none

At the moment IRQ sharing is only possible with PCI cards. Please make sure
that your IRQ is free and enabled for ISA use.

Examples for module loading

1. Teles 16.3, Euro ISDN, I/O base 280 hex, IRQ 10
modprobe hisax type=3 protocol=2 io=0x280 irq=10

2. Teles 16.0, 1TR6 ISDN, I/O base d80 hex, IRQ 5, Memory d0000 hex
modprobe hisax protocol=1 type=1 io=0xd80 mem=0xd0000 irq=5

3. Fritzcard, Euro ISDN, I/O base 340 hex, IRQ 10 and ELSA PCF, Euro ISDN
modprobe hisax type=5,6 protocol=2,2 io=0x340 irq=10 id=Fritz%Elsa

4. Any ELSA PCC/PCF card, Euro ISDN
modprobe hisax type=6 protocol=2

5. Teles 16.3 PnP, Euro ISDN, with isapnp configured
isapnp config: (INT 0 (IRQ 10 (MODE +E)))
(IO 0 (BASE 0x0580))
(IO 1 (BASE 0x0180))
modprobe hisax type=4 protocol=2 irq=10 io0=0x580 io1=0x180

In the current version of HiSax, you can instead simply use

modprobe hisax type=4 protocol=2

if you configured your kernel for ISAPnP. Don't run isapnp in
this case!

6. Teles 16.3, Euro ISDN, I/O base 280 hex, IRQ 12 and
Teles 16.0, 1TR6, IRQ 5, Memory d0000 hex
modprobe hisax type=3,1 protocol=2,1 io=0x280 mem=0,0xd0000

Please note the dummy 0 memory address for the Teles 16.3, used as a
placeholder as described above, in the last example.

7. Teles PCMCIA, Euro ISDN, I/O base 180 hex, IRQ 15 (default values)
modprobe hisax type=8 protocol=2 io=0x180 irq=15

b) using LILO/LOADLIN, with the driver compiled directly into the kernel

hisax=typ1,dp1,pa_1,pb_1,pc_1[,typ2,dp2,pa_2 ... \

typ1 = type of 1st card (default depends on kernel settings)
dp1 = D-Channel protocol of 1st card. 1=1TR6, 2=EDSS1, 3=leased
pa_1 = 1st parameter (depending on the type of the card)
pb_1 = 2nd parameter ( " " " " " " " )
pc_1 = 3rd parameter ( " " " " " " " )

typ2,dp2,pa_2,pb_2,pc_2 = Parameters of the second card (defaults: none)
typn,dpn,pa_n,pb_n,pc_n = Parameters of the n'th card (up to 16 cards are

idstring = Driver ID for accessing the particular card with utility
programs and for identification when using a line monitor
(default: "HiSax")

Note: the ID string must start with an alphabetical character!

Card types:

1 Teles 16.0 pa=irq pb=membase pc=iobase
2 Teles 8.0 pa=irq pb=membase
3 Teles 16.3 pa=irq pb=iobase
5 AVM A1 (Fritz) pa=irq pb=iobase
6 ELSA PCC/PCF cards pa=iobase or nothing for autodetect
7 ELSA Quickstep 1000 ONLY WORKS AS A MODULE !
8 Teles S0 PCMCIA pa=irq pb=iobase
9 ITK ix1-micro Rev.2 pa=irq pb=iobase
10 ELSA PCMCIA pa=irq, pb=io (set with card manager)
11 Eicon.Diehl Diva PCI no parameter
13 HFC-2BS0 based cards pa=irq pb=io
14 Teles 16.3c PnP ONLY WORKS AS A MODULE !
15 Sedlbauer Speed Card pa=irq pb=io (Speed Win only as module !)
15 Sedlbauer PC/104 pa=irq pb=io
15 Sedlbauer Speed PCI no parameter
16 USR Sportster internal pa=irq pb=io
17 MIC card pa=irq pb=io
18 ELSA Quickstep 1000PCI no parameter
20 NETjet PCI card no parameter
21 Teles PCI no parameter
22 Sedlbauer Speed Star (PCMCIA) pa=irq, pb=io (set with card manager)
24 Dr. Neuhaus Niccy PnP ONLY WORKS AS A MODULE !
24 Dr. Neuhaus Niccy PCI no parameter
25 Teles S0Box pa=irq, pb=io (of the used lpt port)
26 AVM A1 PCMCIA (Fritz!) pa=irq, pb=io (set with card manager)
27 AVM PCI (Fritz!PCI) no parameter
28 Sedlbauer Speed Fax+ ONLY WORKS AS A MODULE !

29 Siemens I-Surf 1.0 ONLY WORKS AS A MODULE !
31 HST Saphir pa=irq, pb=io
32 Telekom A4T no parameter
33 Scitel Quadro subcontroller (4*S0, subctrl 1...4)
34 Gazel ISDN cards (ISA) pa=irq, pb=io
34 Gazel ISDN cards (PCI) no parameter
35 HFC 2BDS0 PCI no parameter
36 W6692 based PCI cards none
38 NETspider U PCI card none
40 hotplug interface ONLY WORKS AS A MODULE !
41 Formula-n enter:now PCI none

Running the driver

When you insmod isdn.o and hisax.o (or with the in-kernel version, during
boot time), a few lines should appear in your syslog. Look for something like:

Apr 13 21:01:59 kke01 kernel: HiSax: Driver for Siemens chip set ISDN cards
Apr 13 21:01:59 kke01 kernel: HiSax: Version 2.9
Apr 13 21:01:59 kke01 kernel: HiSax: Revisions 1.14/1.9/1.10/1.25/1.8
Apr 13 21:01:59 kke01 kernel: HiSax: Total 1 card defined
Apr 13 21:01:59 kke01 kernel: HiSax: Card 1 Protocol EDSS1 Id=HiSax1 (0)
Apr 13 21:01:59 kke01 kernel: HiSax: Elsa driver Rev. 1.13
Apr 13 21:01:59 kke01 kernel: Elsa: PCF-Pro found at 0x360 Rev.:C IRQ 10
Apr 13 21:01:59 kke01 kernel: Elsa: timer OK; resetting card
Apr 13 21:01:59 kke01 kernel: Elsa: HSCX version A: V2.1 B: V2.1
Apr 13 21:01:59 kke01 kernel: Elsa: ISAC 2086/2186 V1.1
Apr 13 21:01:59 kke01 kernel: HiSax: DSS1 Rev. 1.14
Apr 13 21:01:59 kke01 kernel: HiSax: 2 channels added

This means that the card is ready for use.
Cabling problems or line-downs are not detected, and only some ELSA cards can
detect the S0 power.

Remember that, according to the new strategy for accessing low-level drivers
from within isdn4linux, you should also define a driver ID while doing
insmod: Simply append hisax_id=<SomeString> to the insmod command line. This
string MUST NOT start with a digit or a small 'x'!

At this point you can run a 'cat /dev/isdnctrl0' and view debugging messages.

At the moment, debugging messages are enabled with the hisaxctrl tool:

hisaxctrl <DriverId> DebugCmd <debugging_flags>

<DriverId> default is HiSax, if you didn't specify one.

DebugCmd is 1 for generic debugging
11 for layer 1 development debugging
13 for layer 3 development debugging

where <debugging_flags> is the integer sum of the following debugging
options you wish enabled:

With DebugCmd set to 1:

0x0001 Link-level <--> hardware-level communication
0x0002 Top state machine
0x0004 D-Channel Frames for isdnlog
0x0008 D-Channel Q.921
0x0010 B-Channel X.75
0x0020 D-Channel l2
0x0040 B-Channel l2
0x0080 D-Channel link state debugging
0x0100 B-Channel link state debugging
0x0200 TEI debug
0x0400 LOCK debug in callc.c
0x0800 More paranoid debug in callc.c (not for normal use)
0x1000 D-Channel l1 state debugging
0x2000 B-Channel l1 state debugging

With DebugCmd set to 11:

0x0001 Warnings (default: on)
0x0002 IRQ status
0x0004 ISAC
0x0008 ISAC FIFO
0x0010 HSCX
0x0020 HSCX FIFO (attention: full B-Channel output!)
0x0040 D-Channel LAPD frame types
0x0080 IPAC debug
0x0100 HFC receive debug
0x0200 ISAC monitor debug
0x0400 D-Channel frames for isdnlog (set with 1 0x4 too)
0x0800 D-Channel message verbose

With DebugCmd set to 13:

1 Warnings (default: on)
2 l3 protocol descriptor errors
4 l3 state machine
8 charge info debugging (1TR6)

For example, 'hisaxctrl HiSax 1 0x3ff' enables full generic debugging.

Because of some obscure problems with some switch equipment, the delay
between the CONNECT message and sending the first data on the B-channel is now
configurable with

hisaxctrl <DriverId> 2 <delay>
<delay> in ms Value between 50 and 800 ms is recommended.

Downloading Firmware
At the moment, the Sedlbauer speed fax+ is the only card, which
needs to download firmware.
The firmware is downloaded with the hisaxctrl tool:

hisaxctrl <DriverId> 9 <firmware_filename>

<DriverId> default is HiSax, if you didn't specify one,

where <firmware_filename> is the filename of the firmware file.

For example, 'hisaxctrl HiSax 9 ISAR.BIN' downloads the firmware for
ISAR based cards (like the Sedlbauer speed fax+).

HiSax is a work in progress and may crash your machine.
For certification look at HiSax.cert file.

At this time, HiSax only works on Euro ISDN lines and German 1TR6 lines.
For leased lines see appendix.

If you find any, please let me know.

Special thanks to:

Emil Stephan for the name HiSax which is a mix of HSCX and ISAC.

Fritz Elfert, Jan den Ouden, Michael Hipp, Michael Wein,
Andreas Kool, Pekka Sarnila, Sim Yskes, Johan Myrre'en,
Klaus-Peter Nischke (ITK AG), Christof Petig, Werner Fehn (ELSA GmbH),
Volker Schmidt
Edgar Toernig and Marcus Niemann for the Sedlbauer driver
Stephan von Krawczynski
Juergen Quade for the Leased Line part
Klaus Lichtenwalder (Klaus.Lichtenwalder@WebForum.DE), for ELSA PCMCIA support
Enrik Berkhan (enrik@starfleet.inka.de) for S0BOX specific stuff
Ton van Rosmalen for Teles PCI
Petr Novak <petr.novak@i.cz> for Winbond W6692 support
Werner Cornelius <werner@isdn4linux.de> for HFC-PCI, HFC-S(+/P) and supplementary services support
and more people who are hunting bugs. (If I forgot somebody, please
send me a mail).

Firma ELSA GmbH
Firma Eicon.Diehl GmbH
Firma Dynalink NL
Firma S.u.S.E
Firma ith Kommunikationstechnik GmbH
Firma Traverse Technologie Australia
Firma Medusa GmbH (www.medusa.de).
Firma Quant-X Austria for sponsoring a DEC Alpha board+CPU
Firma Cologne Chip Designs GmbH

My girl friend and partner in life Ute for her patience with me.


Karsten Keil

Appendix: Teles PCMCIA driver

for instructions.

Appendix: Linux and ISDN-leased lines

Original from Juergen Quade, new version KKe.

Attention NEW VERSION, the old leased line syntax won't work !!!

You can use HiSax to connect your Linux-Box via an ISDN leased line
to e.g. the Internet:

1. Build a kernel which includes the HiSax driver either as a module
or as part of the kernel.
cd /usr/src/linux
make menuconfig
<ISDN subsystem - ISDN support -- HiSax>
make clean; make dep; make zImage; make modules; make modules_install
2. Install the new kernel
cp /usr/src/linux/arch/i386/boot/zImage /etc/kernel/linux.isdn
vi /etc/lilo.conf
<add new kernel in the bootable image section>
3. in case the hisax driver is a "fixed" part of the kernel, configure
the driver with lilo:
vi /etc/lilo.conf
<add HiSax driver parameter in the global section (see below)>
Your lilo.conf _might_ look like the following:

# LILO configuration-file
# global section
# teles 16.0 on IRQ=5, MEM=0xd8000, PORT=0xd80
# teles 16.3 (non pnp) on IRQ=15, PORT=0xd80
# append="hisax=3,3,5,0xd8000,0xd80,HiSax"
compact # faster, but won't work on all systems.
vga = normal # force sane state
# Linux bootable partition config begins
image = /etc/kernel/linux.isdn
root = /dev/sda1
label = linux.isdn
image = /etc/kernel/linux-2.0.30
root = /dev/sda1
label = linux.secure

In the line starting with "append" you have to adapt the parameters
according to your card (see above in this file)

3. boot the new linux.isdn kernel
4. start the ISDN subsystem:
a) load - if necessary - the modules (depends, whether you compiled
the ISDN driver as module or not)
According to the type of card you have to specify the necessary
driver parameter (irq, io, mem, type, protocol).
For the leased line the protocol is "3". See the table above for
the parameters, which you have to specify depending on your card.
b) configure i4l
/sbin/isdnctrl addif isdn0
# EAZ 1 -- B1 channel 2 --B2 channel
/sbin/isdnctrl eaz isdn0 1
/sbin/isdnctrl secure isdn0 on
/sbin/isdnctrl huptimeout isdn0 0
/sbin/isdnctrl l2_prot isdn0 hdlc
# Attention you must not set an outgoing number !!! This won't work !!!
# The incoming number is LEASED0 for the first card, LEASED1 for the
# second and so on.
/sbin/isdnctrl addphone isdn0 in LEASED0
# Here is no need to bind the channel.
c) in case the remote partner is a CISCO:
/sbin/isdnctrl encap isdn0 cisco-h
d) configure the interface
/sbin/ifconfig isdn0 ${LOCAL_IP} pointopoint ${REMOTE_IP}
e) set the routes
/sbin/route add -host ${REMOTE_IP} isdn0
/sbin/route add default gw ${REMOTE_IP}
f) switch the card into leased mode for each used B-channel
/sbin/hisaxctrl HiSax 5 1

a) Use state of the art isdn4k-utils

Here an example script:
# Start/Stop ISDN leased line connection

I4L_MODULE_PARAMS="type=16 io=0x268 irq=7 "

case "$1" in
echo "Starting ISDN ..."
if [ ${I4L_AS_MODULE} = "yes" ]; then
echo "loading modules..."
/sbin/modprobe hisax ${I4L_MODULE_PARAMS}
# configure interface
/sbin/isdnctrl addif isdn0
/sbin/isdnctrl secure isdn0 on
if [ ${I4L_DEBUG} = "yes" ]; then
/sbin/isdnctrl verbose 7
/sbin/hisaxctrl HiSax 1 0xffff
/sbin/hisaxctrl HiSax 11 0xff
cat /dev/isdnctrl >/tmp/lea.log &
if [ ${I4L_REMOTE_IS_CISCO} = "yes" ]; then
/sbin/isdnctrl encap isdn0 cisco-h
/sbin/isdnctrl huptimeout isdn0 0
/sbin/isdnctrl eaz isdn0 1
/sbin/isdnctrl l2_prot isdn0 hdlc
# 1. card
/sbin/isdnctrl addphone isdn0 in LEASED0
if [ ${I4L_LEASED_128K} = "yes" ]; then
/sbin/isdnctrl addslave isdn0 isdn0s
/sbin/isdnctrl secure isdn0s on
/sbin/isdnctrl huptimeout isdn0s 0
/sbin/isdnctrl eaz isdn0s 2
/sbin/isdnctrl l2_prot isdn0s hdlc
# 1. card
/sbin/isdnctrl addphone isdn0s in LEASED0
if [ ${I4L_REMOTE_IS_CISCO} = "yes" ]; then
/sbin/isdnctrl encap isdn0s cisco-h
/sbin/isdnctrl dialmode isdn0 manual
# configure tcp/ip
/sbin/ifconfig isdn0 ${LOCAL_IP} pointopoint ${REMOTE_IP}
/sbin/route add -host ${REMOTE_IP} isdn0
/sbin/route add default gw ${REMOTE_IP}
# switch to leased mode
/sbin/hisaxctrl HiSax 5 1
if [ ${I4L_LEASED_128K} = "yes" ]; then
sleep 10; /* Wait for master */
/sbin/hisaxctrl HiSax 5 2
/sbin/ifconfig isdn0 down
/sbin/isdnctrl delif isdn0
if [ ${I4L_DEBUG} = "yes" ]; then
killall cat
if [ ${I4L_AS_MODULE} = "yes" ]; then
/sbin/rmmod hisax
/sbin/rmmod isdn
/sbin/rmmod ppp
/sbin/rmmod slhc
echo "Usage: $0 {start|stop}"
exit 1
exit 0

2003-12-29, 23:15:05
problem gelöst.
ursache ist ein bug im "redhat-config-network"-prg.
dabei wird für einige isdn-karten incl. der 3 passiven avm-karten eine falsche konfigurationsdatei erzeugt.


mir ist dabei folgendes aufgefallen.
wenn mann zuerst die isdn-karte als gerät konfiguriert und DANACH einen provider für das dieser gerät einrichtet funktioniert es nicht.
fehlermeldung: isdn0-device konnte nicht gestartet werden/schon belegt..

wenn mann aber zuerst den provider einrichtet wird mann dabei gleich nach der isdn-karte gefragt und das netzwerkgerät wird mitinstalliert.
mit dieser vorgehensweise funktioniert es nun wie gewünscht.
dieser bug ist angeblich auch bei redhat 8 vorhanden.