[asterisk-dev] A plan for span
applexpanther at mac.com
Tue Jul 8 14:55:39 CDT 2008
Can the zaptel drivers detect the presence of more than one card? Or upon detecting the original card it assigns some random id to it so on the next reboot it doesnt go switching things around?
I really have no idea, but i've ran into that problem having to change all the channel assignments because of having more than 1 card and it sucks.
Some simple solution would be ideal.
On Tuesday, July 08, 2008, at 12:45PM, "Oron Peled" <oron.peled at xorcom.com> wrote:
>On Tuesday, 8 ?July 2008, Shaun Ruffell wrote:
>> If the registration utility only registers devices that are configured
>> (and they have to be configured anyway in some form to work with
>> asterisk), and if all devices that are dahdi compliant only registers
>> themselves on command, adding a new device wouldn't cause any problems
>> since it would never be registered until configured to do so and then
>> presumably the administrator would add it to the end of the list
>> of devices.
>How the administrator is going to specify *it* when *it* has no name?
>The main problem is that "Span 5" does not identify any specific
>piece of equipment.
>Do you think that uniquely naming spans and exposing this via sysfs
>as I proposed is a major complexity challenge? I don't think
>so and we will be happy to do this if needed.
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