On 27.06.2012 18:46, Michelle Konzack wrote:
> Does the Eicon/Dialogic 4BRI-8M 800-665 support the NT modus?
Which PCI-ID is that?
If it is really a rev2 (2.0), then the NT mode should work.
Am 2012-07-13 15:17:33, hacktest Du folgendes herunter:
Thanks. I now have bought it. Will give it a try.
Question: Must I set the whole card into NT mode
or can I do this per ISDN Port?
I have the datasheets of the Cologne Chips here and the 2port and 4port chips can set individualy… So, I assume, it is a question of the ISDN
card implementer, whether it allow to set individual ports to TE/NT mode
I have the Development Kit here with some samples, but failed to build a small arme based GSM/HSPA + ISDN/Analog router…
Currently I use the Vodafone Easybox 803A which support generaly what I
need, except that
1) it support only one USB GSM/HSPA Stick
2) I can not access the SMS storage
3) support only Analog and ISDN Telephone and Telephone-Systems
and the (most important part
4) I can not use VoIP telphones
So I would like to build a GSM Router which support the above stuff and of course can run a Linux-Distribution of choice using Asterisk!
To start a new “Open Hardware Project” I search for contributors like an Electronic Engineer and Software Developers (we need special drivers for the stuff) and I prefer to use:
1) TI OMAP 300-700 MHz ARM Microcontroller
2) =3D> 128 MByte of SDRAM
3) =3D> 512 MByte of NAND
4) Cologne Chip XHFC-2S4U or XHFC-4U (could be a module)
5) SiLabs Quad ProSLIC
6) Cypress 4 Port Tetra Hub
7) 8port or 12port N-Way Switch supporting PoE
8) SDHC or SDXC Card interface
9) 4″ TFT Display (480×272 pixel) for status
10) Integrated 5Ah LiPoly cell (10Ah option) for Backup since the
router should work some hours even if there is an electricity cut.
Maybe this sounds like a Dream-Box, but is entirely technicaly possibel!
And of course, I have already aquired most chips in the last 2 years…
Note: I am using CadSoft Eagle under Debian to desingn PCBs and a
mailinglist is already available even if unused…
If you are interested in Open Hardware Development feel free to contact me, because it is time to change something.
Oh, forgotten one thing:
I was even thinking to use a Marvel Discovery MV78100 (800/1000/1200MHz)
because it support:
1) SO-DIMM Modules
2) huge NAND Flash
4) 2 PCIe 4x ports which can be each splited into 4 ports of 1x
5) 2 SATA Drives
6) 1 Giga Ethernet
Thanks, Greetings and nice Day/Evening
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Each port can be configured individialy.
Sounds very interesting!
Hello Armin Schindler,
Am 2012-07-16 09:42:50, hacktest Du folgendes herunter:
Yes, and it is entirely Distribution/Manufacturer independant. I had to stop working in it, because I am hopeless overworked!
Since I know the MV78x00 I am dreaming of a Mini-ITX Poard based on this Microcontroller. Could have up to 8 Mini-PCIe slots and a big “PCIe 4x”
for the “bigger” cards.