Over the years I have experienced a few interrupt issues when using some
of the Digium E1/T1 cards with Zaptel drivers, and usually resolved them
by disabling USB devices in the motherboard BIOS settings. Now more and more systems are coming without PS/2 connections, so USB is
needed for the keyboard or KVM. I never knew whether these conflict issues were down to the design of the
card, the motherboard, the Zaptel drivers or the kernel. I need soon to build an 8-span E1 system using the Digium TE820 PCIe card,
and want to know…
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using asterisk 1.4 or 1.6, I face a problem with the read command.
I call my asterisk box which ask me to enter the number I wish to call.
Problem is that if I make a mistake in the number and correct it on the
phone keyboard (smartphone under android, the same with nokias series
E), asterisk already took the digit and just append the next one insteed
of replacing the previous one as shown on the phone display. Is there a way of getting this working as expected with the read
Has anyone here successfully built Asterisk systems based on
generation 7 of the DL360 server, particularly with T1 cards? If so, I have a couple of questions: 1. Do the PS/2 mouse and keyboard ports have a real 8042 behind them,
on IRQs 1 & 12, or are they now routed through the USB subsystem like
on the recent DL120 boxes? I'd be interested in the output of: dmesg | grep 8042 2. Assuming the PS/2 ports are real, did you need to disable the USB
subsystem in the BIOS to get good performance from the…
On 11/29/2010 11:11 AM, Tony Mountifield wrote:
> I have recently built a single-T1 Asterisk box using an HP DL120G6
> with a Digium TE122 card.
> I was finding that I was getting missed interrupts on the TE122,
> causing the driver to report that it was increasing latency. It kept
> doing this until the T1 did not work reliably.
> I tried my usual procedure of disabling the USB subsystem in the BIOS
> (or so I thought), but I found that the USB drivers still…