what exactly of the i4b distribution is integrated into NetBSD? The kernel
parts (like, say, with Netatalk support), or also the userland tools?
You want a real answer: everything I needed to connect to my ISP ;-)
We have all kernel stuff that NetBSD 0.96 supported integrated in
NetBSD-current. From the userland stuff we have
[/usr/src/usr.sbin/isdn] martin@night-porter > ls
CVS/ daicctl/ isdnd/ isdntelctl/
Makefile dtmfdecode/ isdnmonitor/ isdntrace/
Makefile.inc g711conv/ isdntel/ ispppcontrol/
I am thinking about moving a 1.4.1 dialup server that has an annoying
tendency to reboot when the second client dials in. By going directly to a
-current snapshot, I'd get around the merge work.
I'm not sure I'd recommend using current on any type of server.
It's working well for me, but I don't have moved the machines at work to
this version yet (they all run 1.5 plus NetBSD 0.96).
If schedules hold, we will branch for NetBSD 1.6 sometime in the not so distant
future. This will have all the isdn stuff in there currently...
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