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userdoc:dahdi [2014/04/11 18:31]
abelbeck [New Install]
userdoc:dahdi [2016/12/18 17:05]
abelbeck [New DAHDI Install]
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 !!Note ->!! Since AstLinux 1.1.0 the DAHDI Perl scripts "​dahdi_genconf"​ and "​dahdi_hardware"​ can be used to generate and verify a DAHDI configuration. !!Note ->!! Since AstLinux 1.1.0 the DAHDI Perl scripts "​dahdi_genconf"​ and "​dahdi_hardware"​ can be used to generate and verify a DAHDI configuration.
-===== New Install =====+===== New DAHDI Install =====
  
 When moving from an existing Zaptel install, see below: **[[#​moving_from_zaptel_to_dahdi|Moving from Zaptel to DAHDI]]** When moving from an existing Zaptel install, see below: **[[#​moving_from_zaptel_to_dahdi|Moving from Zaptel to DAHDI]]**
  
 This page explains the proper way to set up your DAHDI device on Astlinux systems. This page explains the proper way to set up your DAHDI device on Astlinux systems.
-We assume at this point that you have a working Astlinux system and are able to retain password changes over a reboot (meaning that UnionFS ​is working properly).+We assume at this point that you have a working Astlinux system and are able to retain password changes over a reboot (ie. **[[userdoc:​new-install#​persistent_storage_options_gui|persistent storage]]** ​is configured).
  
 !!Please read this next step very carefully:​!! !!Please read this next step very carefully:​!!
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 Examples: Examples:
  
-DAHDIMODS=wctdm ​#OLD Digium 400p (and clones)\\  +  ​# OLD Digium 400p (and clones) 
-DAHDIMODS=wctdm24xxp ​# NEW Digium cards 410p, etc\\  +  DAHDIMODS="​wctdm"​ 
-DAHDIMODS=rcbfx # Rhino 8 and 24 port analog cards\\  + 
-DAHDIMODS="​wcb4xxp dahdi_echocan_oslec" # 2-8 port HFC-multi BRI cards ((formerly supported by mISDN with "​hfcmulti"​))\\  +  ​# NEW Digium cards 410p, etc. 
-DAHDIMODS=dahdi_hfcs ​dahdi_echocan_oslec # Since AstLinux 1.0.3: Single port HFC-S BRI cards ((formerly supported by mISDN with "​hfcpci"​ (unofficial 3rd-party driver) )) +  DAHDIMODS="​wctdm24xxp"​ 
- + 
 +  ​# Rhino 8 and 24 port analog cards 
 +  DAHDIMODS="​rcbfx" 
 + 
 +  ​# 2-8 port HFC-multi BRI cards (formerly supported by mISDN with "​hfcmulti"​) 
 +  DAHDIMODS="​wcb4xxp ​dahdi_echocan_oslec
 + 
 +  ​# Since AstLinux 1.0.3: Single port HFC-S BRI cards (formerly supported by mISDN with "​hfcpci"​ (unofficial 3rd-party driver)) 
 +  DAHDIMODS="​dahdi_hfcs dahdi_echocan_oslec"​ 
 Create a ''​system.conf''​ file in ''/​mnt/​kd/​dahdi''​. ​ This will be used after rebooting. Create a ''​system.conf''​ file in ''/​mnt/​kd/​dahdi''​. ​ This will be used after rebooting.
 Create or edit a ''​chan_dahdi.conf''​ file in ''/​mnt/​kd/​asterisk/''​. Create or edit a ''​chan_dahdi.conf''​ file in ''/​mnt/​kd/​asterisk/''​.
  
 These two files correspond to /​etc/​dahdi/​system.conf,​ and /​etc/​asterisk/​chan_dahdi.conf in a non-AstLinux Asterisk installation. [[http://​www.voip-info.org/​wiki/​view/​DAHDI#​ConfigurationFiles|Edit these files according to the DAHDI documentation]]. These two files correspond to /​etc/​dahdi/​system.conf,​ and /​etc/​asterisk/​chan_dahdi.conf in a non-AstLinux Asterisk installation. [[http://​www.voip-info.org/​wiki/​view/​DAHDI#​ConfigurationFiles|Edit these files according to the DAHDI documentation]].
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 ===== Moving from Zaptel to DAHDI ===== ===== Moving from Zaptel to DAHDI =====
  
-(AstLinux 0.7 or higher)+!!Note ->!! From AstLinux 0.7 or later.
  
 Moving from Zaptel to DAHDI is pretty straightforward. ​ The names of the files have changed and the channel names have changed. ​ (NOTE that for Asterisk 1.4, you can use ''​ZAP/​X''​ for your channel declarations,​ but this is deprecated, so you should move to ''​DAHDI/​X''​). Moving from Zaptel to DAHDI is pretty straightforward. ​ The names of the files have changed and the channel names have changed. ​ (NOTE that for Asterisk 1.4, you can use ''​ZAP/​X''​ for your channel declarations,​ but this is deprecated, so you should move to ''​DAHDI/​X''​).