AVM ISDN Fritz 2.0 PCI card
andy at inty.com
Tue Jan 27 08:44:45 PST 2004
Previously we've been using the internal, passive AMV Fritz PCI 1.0
card. This works perfectly with my system (4.7-RELEASE, i4b and user
land PPP) and I've had no problems. I am now forced to upgrade to the
version 2 PCI card. According to the kernel config, the card is
supported so this should not of presented a problem.
I recompiled my 4.7-RELEASE kernel, including the ipfi2 (in quotes)
device and although initially the ISDN connection was established, my
box soon locked up and stopped responding to key presses - requiring a
I then built a 4.9-RELEASE box from scratch, recompiled the kernel to
include i4b, ipfi2 etc, setup PPP, isdnd and attempted to dial up with
my ISDN line. Once again the box locked up, failed to respond to key
presses and required a reboot.
Is anyone using the version 2.0 Fritz ISDN card with any reliability? If
so could you offer my some pointers as to how to get a setup that will
work reliably with this card?
Developer, intY Ltd, Bristol, UK
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