MirOS Manual: isdntelctl(8)

ISDNTELCTL(8)            BSD System Manager's Manual             ISDNTELCTL(8)


     isdntelctl - control isdn4bsd telephone sound format conversion


     isdntelctl [-c] [-g] [-u unit] [-A] [-U] [-N]


     isdntelctl is part of the isdn4bsd package and is used to configure the
     sound format conversion facilities of the /dev/isdntel interfaces.

     The following options are available:

     -c      Clear the telephone input queue.

     -g      Get the sound format currently in use.

     -u      Set the /dev/isdntel unit number.  The default value is zero to
             access device /dev/isdntel0.

     -A      Do A-law (ISDN line) -> mu-law (userland) conversion.

     -U      Do mu-law (ISDN line) -> A-law (userland) conversion.

     -N      Set sound conversion to do no format conversion.

     The telephony data stream comes out of the line in a bit-reversed format,
     so the isdntel(4) driver does the bit-reversion process in any case.

     Additionally, the user can specify to do A-law to mu-law, mu-law to A-law
     or no conversion at all in the isdntel driver by using the isdntelctl




     The command

           isdntelctl -g

     displays the currently used sound format for device /dev/isdntel0.


     isdntel(4), isdnd.rc(5), isdnd(8)


     A-law and mu-law are specified in ITU Recommendation G.711.


     The isdntelctl utility and this man page were written by Hellmuth
     Michaelis <hm@kts.org>.

MirOS BSD #10-current           April 21, 1999                               1

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