[asterisk-dev] TDMOE protocol
lathama at gmail.com
Fri Dec 11 05:54:37 CST 2009
As Miguel mentioned the source code is filled with notes and comments
that can help you understand how things work. You do not need to be a
programmer to understand comments in the source files. Things like
TDMoE go back many years and may require you to learn about the origin
of the technology to form a good "frame" or knowledge base.
Andrew "lathama" Latham
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On Thu, Dec 10, 2009 at 7:58 PM, Miguel Molina <mmolina at millenium.com.co> wrote:
> Antonio escribió:
>> I'm new to the list, a greeting to all ;-). I'm "playing" with the
>> protocol TDMoE but do not quite understand the operation, so I venture
>> to send an email to the list to see if someone can help me ;-) I hope
>> not to bother. I understand that the protocol is on the MAC layer, so
>> the structure will be MAC (Ethernet Header) + TDMoE. I do not understand
>> quite well if structure and least TDMoE anyone can help me? Any "frame"
>> of example on TDMoE?. Thank you very much and hope for the following
>> times to help with anything ;-).
> I might be wrong, but googling a little I found this:
> Look for figure number 6, it might be the frame you're looking for. What
> I don't know certainly is if TDMoE is a "flavor" or a subset of TDMoIP.
> Also, there has been some discussion about this on this list:
> Your best chance is like they say, read the sources, or better, setup a
> lab with two asterisk servers talking TDMoE to each other and wireshark
> them while you make some calls. That would bring you the live TDMoE
> frames for a good study.
> Ing. Miguel Molina
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