[asterisk-ss7] A - link / F - link

Joseph tech at ekn.com
Mon Sep 24 12:21:59 CDT 2007

Matthew Fredrickson wrote:
> Joseph wrote:
>> Matthew Fredrickson wrote:
>>> Joseph wrote:
>>>> Matthew Fredrickson wrote:
>>>>> Joseph wrote:
>>>>>> Matthew Fredrickson wrote:
>>>>>>> Joseph wrote:
>>>>>>>> Is it possible to get ss7 working using an A-link?
>>>>>>>> Could you put the alink on one t1 time slot and then bring bearer
>>>>>>>> traffic in on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th t1s?
>>>>>>> Yes,  you definitely can do this in libss7, as long as you are 
>>>>>>> terminating the signalling channels and bearer channels in the same box.
>>>>>> Thanks for the prompt answer.
>>>>>> What about getting 56k instead of 64 to work?
>>>>>> Am I doing something wrong here:
>>>>>> #modprobe wct4xxp hardhdlcmode=0x7f
>>>>>> FATAL: Error inserting wct4xxp
>>>>>> (/lib/modules/2.6.18-5-686/misc/wct4xxp/wct4xxp.ko): Unknown symbol in
>>>>>> module, or unknown parameter (see dmesg)
>>>>>> FATAL: Error running install command for wct4xxp
>>>>> What is your output when you run dmesg after trying to load the module?
>>>> wct4xxp: Unknown parameter `hardhdlcmode'
>>> Whatever version that you have installed did not have the hardhdlcmode 
>>> parameter in it.  Did you check out latest 1.4 branch of zaptel from svn?
>> Yes.
>> I did find the actual setting in the code and manually changed it. And
>> then recompiled...
>> Here is the svn version:
>>  svnversion
>> 3090
> If that is the case, it sounds like you have old drivers installed that 
> are being loaded instead of new ones that you are trying to use.  You 
> can use insmod with the absolute path of the module you are trying to 
> load (./zaptel.ko and ./wct4xxp/wct4xxp.ko, relative to the zaptel 
> source directory).  If you look in /lib/modules/your-kernel-version/misc 
> or /lib/modules/you-kernel-version/extra, you can remove all the zaptel 
> modules and drivers that you see, and do a `make install` again in your 
> zaptel source directory.  That should purge the old modules.

I did this, but it dosen't like it.

What is the svn version I should be using/seeing?

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