UHUB(1) General Commands Manual UHUB(1)NAME
uhub - a high performance ADC peer-to-peer hub
uHub is a high performance peer-to-peer hub for the ADC network. Its low memory footprint allows it to handle several thousand users on
high-end servers, or a small private hub on embedded hardware.
OPTIONS -v Verbose mode, add more -v's for higher verbosity.
-q Quiet mode, if quiet mode is enabled no output or logs are made.
-f Fork uhub to background in order to run it as a daemon.
Log messages to the given logfile (default: stderr)
-L Log messages to syslog.
Specify configuration file (default: /etc/uhub/uhub.conf)
-C Check configuration files and return. Will print either
-s Show all configuration parameters. In a format that is compatible with the configuration files.
-S Show all non-default configuration parameters.
-h Show the help message.
Drop privileges and run as the given user.
Drop privileges and run with the given group permissions.
-V Show the version number
To run uhub as a daemon, and log to a file:
uhub -f -l /var/log/uhub/uhub.log
This program was written by Jan Vidar Krey <email@example.com>
If you find a bug in uhub please report it to http://bugs.extatic.org/
March 2009 UHUB(1)
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UHSO(4) BSD Kernel Interfaces Manual UHSO(4)NAME
uhso -- Option N.V. Wireless WAN modem driver
uhso* at uhub? port ?
The uhso driver supports at least the following adapters:
GlobeSurfer iCON 7.2
GlobeTrotter Express 40x
GlobeTrotter Express HSUPA
GlobeTrotter Max HSDPA
GlobeTrotter Module 382
GlobeTrotter iCON 225
GlobeTrotter iCON 321
GlobeTrotter iCON 322
GlobeTrotter iCON 401
GlobeTrotter iCON 505
GlobeTrotter iCON EDGE
The Option N.V. modems appear at first as a umass(4) device containing the Windows and MacOS drivers and, upon receipt of a SCSI "REZERO
UNIT" command, will detach from the USB bus and reattach as a Wireless WAN modem. Unless disabled by clearing the sysctl(8) variable
hw.uhso.autoswitch, the driver will handle that automatically.
The modems provide a number of IO channels spread over several USB interfaces which are mapped by function to a standard port number in each
driver instance. The defined channels are:
Channel Name Port
Diagnostic 2 2
Application 2 4
GPS Control 6
PC Smartcard 7
Apart from the Network port, which is attached as a network interface, the ports are attached as tty(4) devices using the port number as the
minor device number. In order to connect using pppd(8), the Modem tty should be used (eg /dev/ttyHS0.08).
The Network port provides a direct IPv4 interface, but before this can be used the modem needs to be placed in connected mode and network
settings subsequently retrieved using the proprietary "_OWANCALL" and "_OWANDATA" AT commands on the Control port.
Note that the Modem and Network ports should not be enabled at the same time for USB performance reasons.
SEE ALSO intro(4), netintro(4), tty(4), uhub(4), usb(4), ifconfig(8)HISTORY
This driver originated as the hso module for FreeBSD written by Frederik Lindberg. It was rewritten for NetBSD, and to provide more complete
device support with information extracted from the hso driver for Linux provided by Option N.V.
The rewrite and this manual page by Iain Hibbert.
BSD August 26, 2011 BSD