My ISDN4BSD is making some steps into the TCP/IP domain. In the next
version of ISDN4BSD, chan_capi will be extended to talk to remote CAPI
devices. There are currently two supported protocols, BINTEC and a new
ISDN4BSD only one.
env CAPI_CLIENT_HOST=10.70.4.21 asterisk
At "10.70.4.21" an instance of a new utility called "capiserver" is
running. This allows more simple devices to interface with the ISDN or
hardware and then a more powerful computer can run the Asterisk in a
jail, for example.
Also ISDN4BSD will get support for emulating a Yealink USB phone device.
To use this feature you will need a supported platform which has got a
USB device port. This feature is currently used for interfacing towards
telephony applications in non-FreeBSD systems. Or can be used in
general, that when your USB audio is playing something, you will get an
incoming call ...
> My ISDN4BSD is making some steps into the TCP/IP domain. In the next
> version of ISDN4BSD, chan_capi will be extended to talk to remote CAPI
> devices. There are currently two supported protocols, BINTEC and a new
> ISDN4BSD only one.
> env CAPI_CLIENT_HOST=10.70.4.21 asterisk
The ISDN4BSD, libcapi and chan_capi ports have now all be updated. You
need to re-install all ports due to libcapi API changes.
At the moment an RC.D script for capiserver is missing. To be done.
Configuration and selection of CAPI backend is now done using capi.conf
instead of the system environment.