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Hi,

Trying to configure my tdm410p card, my dahdi in asterisk cli was missing.
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Anybody know what file control the presence or not od dahdi in asterisk cli?
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Flavio Roberto Miranda

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Skype: flaviormiranda

6 thoughts on - Dahdi missing

  • [snip]

    I don’t know what version of Asterisk you’re running, but I’ll take a
    guess and say the output of “module load chan_dahdi.so” on the Asterisk
    CLI will result in an error that will give you the clue you need.

  • Hi Shaun,
    Thanks!

    Actully, my system.conf in /etc/dahdi was wrong or at least , imcomplete. I am trying for a long time to configure one TDM 410p board and one TE110p om the server . so far without success!

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  • In my opinion, the easiest way to get jump started is with dahdi_genconf
    that is installed as part of the dahdi-tools package.

    1) Assuming you are not in North America you most likely want lines like
    “options wctdm24xxp companding=alaw” and “options wcte11xp
    t1e1override=1″ in /etc/modprobe.d/dahdi.conf.

    2) modprobe wcte12xp && modprobe wctdm24xxp (make sure the order here
    matches the order in /etc/dahdi/modules)

    3) run dahdi_genconf. This will create /etc/dahdi/system.conf and an
    /etc/asterisk/dahdi-channels.conf that you can use in your
    chan_dahdi.conf (either copy / or include).

    4) OPTIONAL but recommended: Comment out all the other drivers in
    /etc/dahdi/modules (leaving only wcte11xp and wctdm24xxp)

    5) ‘/etc/init.d/dahdi restart’ and run dahdi_scan to make sure all the
    expected channels came up.

    You may have to tweak the settings some and most definitely will if
    you’re using the TE110P as an interface to a channel bank (but I doubt
    you are if you also have a TDM410 installed). But at least you’ll have
    a good start at this point.

  • Thanks!

    I am from Brasil and intend to use mfc r2 and now I have following conditions:
    Digium Wildcard TE110P T1/E1 Card 0 RED 0 0 0 CCS HDB3 CRC4 0 db (CSU)/0-133 feet (DSX-1)Wildcard TDM410P Board 1 OK 0 0 0 CAS Unk 0 db (CSU)/0-133 feet (DSX-1)
    look like good!
    The only thing strange is that dahdi-channels.conf donĀ“t appear after dahdi_genconf command. Is it indispensable?

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    Flavio Roberto Miranda

    MSN:flaviormiranda@hotmail.com
    Skype: flaviormiranda

    href=”mailto:sruffell@digium.com”>sruffell@digium.com
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  • Also: chan_dahdi is likely to have automatically attempted to load. If
    it failed, it had already registered some commands. Thus re-attempting
    to load it will automatically fail. Try:

    module unload chan_dahdi.so
    module load chan_dahdi.so

  • hi,
    My tdm410p is working!!!!
    Thank ou very much!
    Now I am looking for how to set up my TE110p. If I have some error, I will ask to the List for help.

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    Flavio Roberto Miranda

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    Skype: flaviormiranda

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