new gadget - Doro 212IPC usb telephone
julian at elischer.org
Fri May 20 09:34:39 PDT 2005
Mathew Kanner wrote:
> On May 19, Torfinn Ingolfsen wrote:
>>Ok, I just couldn't resist this.
>>I saw this gadget in my local "computers, tools and anything" store, and
>>just had to buy it.
>>It is a telephone (handset) with an usb connector. On the box, it is
>>labeled as "USB broadband telephone", and on the back it says "supports
>>most Softphone programs, protocol independent, H.323 or SIP, conforms to
>>USB 12 Mbps 1.1 standard, conforms to USB audio device release 1.0,
>>real-time volumen adjustment button". I repeat this here because the
>>Doro web page (http://www.doro.com/) was less than informational in
>>describing their products. The manual says that only Win 98SE/ME/2000/XP
>>or Mac OS9 / OSX is supported, but I already guessed that (except for
>>the Mac part).
>>When I connect it to my FreeBSD box, /var/log/messages shows:
>>May 19 22:59:53 kg-work kernel: uhid0: ??Welltech Computer Doro 212IPC,
>>rev 1.00/47.26, addr 3, iclass 1/1
>>usbdevs -v says:
>> port 2 addr 3: full speed, power 500 mA, config 1, Doro 212IPC(0x1020),
>>??Welltech Computer(0x0451), rev 47.26
>>Now, if I only could get this to work with Skype. :)
> Hm, I don't think it's likely anytime soon since its a UHID
> and not a uaudio (though they specifilcally had telephony in mind when
> desining the uaudio spec!)
> But first: How much did it cost? Can you give us the
> descriptor output, use the testlibusb program in libusb port, it's
> built but not installed. (If anybody knows an easier way to get the
> descriptor please tell me!)
the udesc_dump port?
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