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Manual Reference Pages  -  SB16CONFIG (8)

NAME

sb16config - configuration utility for Granch SBNI16-SHDSL PCI modems

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Examples
See Also
Authors

SYNOPSIS

sb16config [device_name] [options] sb16config device_name [-R]

DESCRIPTION

The sb16config utility is used for configuring the options of the SBNI16-SHDSL modems. The options could be set only on inactive devices (the corresponding network interface should be in down state).

    Mandatory parameters

master, slave
  Set mode.
lrate=value
  Set line rate. Value may be 64 to 4640 kbit/s increasing by 8.
tcpam32, tcpam16, tcpam8, tcpam4
  Set line code.

    Optional parameters

crc32, crc16
  CRC length (default 32-bit).
fill_ff, fill_7e
  Inter-frame space filling value: all ’1’ bits, or HDLC flag 0x7e (default all ’1’-es).
rboff Turn PCI read burst mode off. May be useful with old motherboadrs.
wboff Turn PCI write burst mode off.

If sb16config started without any option, device statistics will be printed. Flag -R forces the driver to clear staticsic counters.

EXAMPLES

Configure modem:
sb16config sbsh3 master lrate=2320 tcpam16

It needn’t to reload the driver in order to change parameters. It’s enough to down the interface:

ifconfig sbsh1 down
sb16config sbsh1 tcpam8 slave lrate=96
ifconfig sbsh1 inet 192.168.10.25 netmask 0xffffffc0

Print modem statistics:

sb16config sbsh0

Clear modem statistics:

sb16config sbsh0 -R

SEE ALSO

sbsh(4) ifconfig(8)

AUTHORS

The sb16config utility was written by
.An Denis I. Timofeev Aq timofeev@granch.ru .
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