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Old 12-07-2008, 10:30 AM
Hugo van der Kooij
 
Default PRI hardware

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Hi,

We recently discussed the bit about POTS/ISDN access to VOIP.

I have acquired (salvaged) some SHIVA ISDN-30 LRAS devices which contain
a PCI ISDN-30 card. A quick look around did not show this as supported
hardware under Linux. But as Shiva was sold to Intel and Intel abolished
the whole line some years ago I think that reverse engineering here is
the only way.

Anyone wiling to sync his/her teeth into this one? I have the firmware
for the units including the caode that needs to be send to this card.

The card is powered by a 68060 CPU.

I will see if I can get some more details though historic contacts if
anyone is willing to help out. My programming skills are rusty at best.

Hugo.

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