isdn4linux administrator UI - version 0.4.5 (2000-10-24)
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- isdnadmin can control, configure and monitor isdn4linux supported
ISDN cards on computers running Linux.
- isdnadmin can be used from X-Windows, terminal or a
Web browser, and give the same full control from all UI modes. This
is possible because of the the linuxconf dialog concept.
- isdnadmin is an UI frontend for isdn4net &
isdn4linux, and give access to the most of the functionality in these tools.
- isdnadmin 0.4.4 - updated to support linuxconf version >= 1.21
- For older linuxconf versions you should still use isdnadmin-0.4.3 (Note! RH7 is shipped with an older liunxconf version - 1.19)
- There are some other changes, but they do not affect the functionality, so 0.4.3 should still be ok.
- RedHat6.1 binary available
- Thanks to Holger Eilhard a RPM package compiled for RH61 is available for download.
- Get it from this link.
- isdnadmin 0.4.2 released (1999-1-17)
- IRQ bug in cardconfig fixed
- Segfaults in X mode fixed
- Added HiSax cardnames in picklist
- RPM package compiled for RH5.x with linuxconf-1.13.r12
- Full functionality in RedHat 5.x only (1999-1-11)
- The rpm package are compiled with libc6. Feel free to grab the SRPM
and recompile under libc5.
- The configuration part will currently only work togheter with isdn4net
package, and this is only tested on redhat.
- The status part will work on all distributions, and most of the control
- Packages and support for other distributions are planned, first out
is probably support for native SuSE configuration files. People who are
willing to help compile and test for other distributions wanted!
- A small bug in cardconfig will reset the IRQ to 0 if saved, this will
be fixed soon.
- The X mode segfaults in some dialogs, but html and terminal mode should
- Version 0.4.1 fix (1999-1-5)
- Typo error in card config fixed.Save error in link config fixed.Improved
dialogs. Improved help files.
- Configurator bug (1999-1-4)
- Please don't use the isdnadmin configuration menu on existing links
and cards profiles, they will be damaged if saved via isdnadmin. This
will be fixed in a new release shortly.
- The control menu and status menu can still be used safely.
- Version 0.4 - released (1999-1-2)
- The first working alpha version where all menus and dialogs are
- control, config and status menus are all functional
- operates on all ippp devices (syncPPP)
- supports an unlimited number of link profiles and card profiles.
- Lots of small bugs expected, just don't know where they live yet.
- Should not be used in production. Should be watched closely when used.
linuxconf Linuxconf home
site. All documentation and Linuxconf files are available here.
isdn4net isdn4net homepage.
isdn4k-utils The homepage for the
isdn4linux project, with links to files and docs.
Linux Kernel with support for your ISDN
- Install Linuxconf if you don't have it. It may be a good idea to take a
look at linuxconf without isdnadmin first just to check that it boots okay
after installation, some users have to do some linuxconf configuration before
it works correctly.
- Install the isdn4net package. This is required for configuration and automatic
operation. It provides shell scripts and configuration files for isdn4linux.
You may configure the first setup using the isdn4net frontend (isdn setup
all), or you may leave it to isdnadmin.
- Install isdnadmin. You may now start Linuxconf, and will find an ISDN main
menu in Config-Network-Servers, and a control menu in Control-Panel
- Check all the configuration menus to check and edit your configurations
- At the moment you must edit PAP/CHAP secrets manually, or you may use an
existing from modem PPP.
- Try to start the isdnsystem from the ISDN system control. Look for errors.
The cardmodule should be loaded without errors.
- Go to the linkcontrol menu. If your link profile is marked "down"
you must activate the netdevice. Look for errors when the link is activated.
- Dial the link from the link control panel. Hopefully you get connected.
Sometimes (mostly) you must configure network and routing correctly, this
may be done from the Linuxconf net configuration.
or look for known bugs in the BugTerminator.
If you are interested in announcments for isdn4net / isdnadmin / isdn4linux
you are welcome to join the isdn-announce mailinglist. The list is moderated
and will be kept on a low traffic level. Join by sending a mail to email@example.com
with subscribe isdn-announce in the message body.