ISDN4BSD / ihfc0 in NT-mode setup
daniel at benzedrine.cx
Wed Nov 8 20:42:04 UTC 2006
On Wed, Nov 08, 2006 at 07:27:57PM +0100, Hans Petter Selasky wrote:
> It depends on what you want to do. I would just use the CAPI 2.0 interface of
> I4B, and extend the CAPI protocol as needed. Then your system will look like
> ISDN -> I4B <-> CAPI <-> SIP
Interfacing on Q.931 frame layer is part of the specifications I can't
change, but I'll ask if interfacing at CAPI layer would be an option.
Does CAPI define a standard for on-wire format of frames, or is it
"only" an API defining calls and arguments?
After a first glance at the kernel part of ISDN4BSD, it looks like I
could hook into the Q.931 input and output paths in
input path, after the "if(pd != PD_Q931)" check, take buf and
dispatch it to userland. consume it, so it doesn't enter
ISDN4BSD's L3 FSM.
output path, inject frames from userland here. doesn't affect
ISDN4BSD's L3 FSM. but doesn't trigger L2 FSM, either, is that
A quick hack would be use /dev/i4b, add an ioctl that enables this
behaviour, have the input path enqueue a message to be read() with a new
type, and call the output path on write() of a new type.
Do you see anything obviously wrong with this approach?
The L3 logic currently in kernel would then have to be re-done in the
userland process (decode IEs, manage a form of call descriptors, etc.)
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