capiinit(8) System Manager's Manual capiinit(8)NAME
capiinit - start or stop CAPI-capable ISDN cards
capiinit [OPTIONS] start | stop | show | status | prepare | reload | activate | deactivate
capiinit [OPTIONS] activate|deactivate cardname
capiinit [OPTIONS] activate|deactivate driver [cardname]
capiinit is called with one of the following actions:
start Load all modules and initialize all cards (loading the firmware), which are configured in /etc/isdn/capi.conf.
stop Reset all cards and unload modules.
show Show the current configuration.
status Show the current status.
Load all modules.
Initialize all cards.
Initialize one card (i.e.: c4-ec00).
activate driver [cardnumber]
Initialize one card.
Reset all cards.
Reset one card (i.e.: c4-ec00).
deactivate driver [cardnumber]
Reset one card.
reload Reset all cards and initialize them again.
Firmware files are searched in this order in the following directories: /usr/share/isdn/`uname -r`, /usr/share/isdn, /usr/lib/isdn,
There is a sample config in /etc/isdn/capi.conf.
OPTIONS -c filename, --config filename
Use filename as config file (default is /etc/isdn/capi.conf).
Save patch values for debugging purposes.
Don't show status information.
Manpage written from C source by Paul Slootman <firstname.lastname@example.org>, updated by Matthias Klose <email@example.com>.
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isdnbill(1) Linux System Commands isdnbill(1)NAME
isdnbill - report isdn costs
isdnbill is a simple and imperfect utility to show the bill for ISDN calls. Note that it is only for indicative purposes! It works best in
Germany, and even then there are no guarantees. Consider its use for educational purposes only...
For better results, use isdnrep.
OPTIONS -V show version
-a show all connections
-e show incomplete calls
-f recalculate costs _always_
-i show incoming calls
-m prices without VAT
-n do _not_ replace numbers with aliases
-o show outgoing calls
-t show only current connections
-vn verbose level n
-Nnnn show only calls with the specified number
-I show only calls on the internal S0 bus
-E show only calls on the external S0 bus
/var/log/isdn.log or /var/lib/isdn/calls
isdnlog log file with information about all calls.
aliases for telephone numbers
SEE ALSO isdnlog(5)isdnlog(8)isdnrep(1)AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Paul Slootman <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for Debian GNU/Linux.
ISDN 4 Linux 3.13 2003-10-14 isdnbill(1)
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the problem is when i remove cable(netcable) it is not working proparly,
i would like to know it.
am using fedora5, AMD
can u please help me .
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