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Date:      Thu, 21 May 1998 16:24:37 +0200
From:      "Stefan Herrmann" <>
To:        "Matthias Schuendehuette" <>
Cc:        "FreeBSD-ISDN Mailingliste" <freebsd-isdn@FreeBSD.ORG>
Subject:   RE: problems kompiling the kernel with i4b
Message-ID:  <000001bd84c4$2f169ef0$>
In-Reply-To: <>

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> On 20-May-98 Stefan Herrmann wrote:
> > Did I forget something ?
> Perhaps - did you a route add default -interface isppp0 ?

YES, that was ist. Thanx :-)

> I made two tiny scripts to switch the connection to my ISP on and off:

Nice scripts, but I prefer to get the connection automatically on demand.

Because of this, I want exactly to know, when my ISDN connection is open
or closed (i.e. when I pay to DTAG or not ;-). Interpreting the output
of isdntrace is not easy, especially if I don't know what it means. So where
can I get the following protocol docs:

	I.430   ISDN BRI layer 1 protocol description.
	Q.921   ISDN D-channel layer 2 protocol description.
	Q.931   ISDN D-channel layer 3 protocol description.

Or is there an easier way to quickly see, if the ISDN line is open or not ?
(There is no flash light at my Teles S0/16.3).

> These scripts assume that isppp0 is configured right running /etc/rc.isdn at
> system startup. See /usr/src/i4b/etc/rc.isdn-PPP for hints.

I haven't seen this yet, it's a nice script :-).

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