Gitweb:     
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Commit:     915590cf642d82e4c9eddf8051ce2eb159ef9af4
Parent:     240e546445709dd9a883a0629b55961f8efe7f27
Author:     Adrian Bunk <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
AuthorDate: Wed Nov 7 02:28:52 2007 -0800
Committer:  David S. Miller <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
CommitDate: Wed Nov 7 04:15:06 2007 -0800

    [NET]: Remove comx driver docs.
    
    The drivers have already been removed 3.5 years ago.
    
    Signed-off-by: Adrian Bunk <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
    Acked-by: Alan Cox <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
    Signed-off-by: David S. Miller <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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 Documentation/networking/00-INDEX     |    2 -
 Documentation/networking/comx.txt     |  248 ----------------------
 Documentation/networking/slicecom.hun |  371 ---------------------------------
 Documentation/networking/slicecom.txt |  369 --------------------------------
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diff --git a/Documentation/networking/00-INDEX 
b/Documentation/networking/00-INDEX
index 53adb05..a9f4acc 100644
--- a/Documentation/networking/00-INDEX
+++ b/Documentation/networking/00-INDEX
@@ -24,8 +24,6 @@ baycom.txt
        - info on the driver for Baycom style amateur radio modems
 bridge.txt
        - where to get user space programs for ethernet bridging with Linux.
-comx.txt
-       - info on drivers for COMX line of synchronous serial adapters.
 cops.txt
        - info on the COPS LocalTalk Linux driver
 cs89x0.txt
diff --git a/Documentation/networking/comx.txt 
b/Documentation/networking/comx.txt
deleted file mode 100644
index d1526eb..0000000
--- a/Documentation/networking/comx.txt
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,248 +0,0 @@
-
-               COMX drivers for the 2.2 kernel
-
-Originally written by: Tivadar Szemethy, <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
-Currently maintained by: Gergely Madarasz <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
-
-Last change: 21/06/1999.
-
-INTRODUCTION
-
-This document describes the software drivers and their use for the 
-COMX line of synchronous serial adapters for Linux version 2.2.0 and
-above.
-The cards are produced and sold by ITC-Pro Ltd. Budapest, Hungary
-For further info contact <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> 
-or http://www.itc.hu (mostly in Hungarian).
-The firmware files and software are available from ftp://ftp.itc.hu
-
-Currently, the drivers support the following cards and protocols:
-
-COMX (2x64 kbps intelligent board)
-CMX (1x256 + 1x128 kbps intelligent board)
-HiCOMX (2x2Mbps intelligent board)
-LoCOMX (1x512 kbps passive board)
-MixCOM (1x512 or 2x512kbps passive board with a hardware watchdog an
-       optional BRI interface and optional flashROM (1-32M))
-SliceCOM       (1x2Mbps channelized E1 board)
-PciCOM (X21)
-
-At the moment of writing this document, the (Cisco)-HDLC, LAPB, SyncPPP and
-Frame Relay (DTE, rfc1294 IP encapsulation with partially implemented Q933a 
-LMI) protocols are available as link-level protocol. 
-X.25 support is being worked on.
-
-USAGE
-
-Load the comx.o module and the hardware-specific and protocol-specific 
-modules you'll need into the running kernel using the insmod utility.
-This creates the /proc/comx directory.
-See the example scripts in the 'etc' directory.
-
-/proc INTERFACE INTRO
-
-The COMX driver set has a new type of user interface based on the /proc 
-filesystem which eliminates the need for external user-land software doing 
-IOCTL calls. 
-Each network interface or device (i.e. those ones you configure with 'ifconfig'
-and 'route' etc.) has a corresponding directory under /proc/comx. You can
-dynamically create a new interface by saying 'mkdir /proc/comx/comx0' (or you
-can name it whatever you want up to 8 characters long, comx[n] is just a 
-convention).
-Generally the files contained in these directories are text files, which can
-be viewed by 'cat filename' and you can write a string to such a file by
-saying 'echo _string_ >filename'. This is very similar to the sysctl interface.
-Don't use a text editor to edit these files, always use 'echo' (or 'cat'
-where appropriate).
-When you've created the comx[n] directory, two files are created automagically
-in it: 'boardtype' and 'protocol'. You have to fill in these files correctly
-for your board and protocol you intend to use (see the board and protocol 
-descriptions in this file below or the example scripts in the 'etc' directory).
-After filling in these files, other files will appear in the directory for 
-setting the various hardware- and protocol-related informations (for example
-irq and io addresses, keepalive values etc.) These files are set to default 
-values upon creation, so you don't necessarily have to change all of them.
-
-When you're ready with filling in the files in the comx[n] directory, you can
-configure the corresponding network interface with the standard network 
-configuration utilities. If you're unable to bring the interfaces up, look up
-the various kernel log files on your system, and consult the messages for
-a probable reason.
-
-EXAMPLE
-
-To create the interface 'comx0' which is the first channel of a COMX card:
-
-insmod comx 
-# insmod comx-hw-comx ; insmod comx-proto-ppp  (these are usually
-autoloaded if you use the kernel module loader)
-
-mkdir /proc/comx/comx0
-echo comx >/proc/comx/comx0/boardtype
-echo 0x360 >/proc/comx/comx0/io                <- jumper-selectable I/O port 
-echo 0x0a >/proc/comx/comx0/irq                <- jumper-selectable IRQ line
-echo 0xd000 >/proc/comx/comx0/memaddr  <- software-configurable memory
-                                          address. COMX uses 64 KB, and this
-                                          can be: 0xa000, 0xb000, 0xc000, 
-                                          0xd000, 0xe000. Avoid conflicts
-                                          with other hardware.
-cat </etc/siol1.rom >/proc/comx/comx0/firmware <- the firmware for the card
-echo HDLC >/proc/comx/comx0/protocol   <- the data-link protocol
-echo 10 >/proc/comx/comx0/keepalive    <- the keepalive for the protocol
-ifconfig comx0 1.2.3.4 pointopoint 5.6.7.8 netmask 255.255.255.255 <-
-                                          finally configure it with ifconfig
-Check its status:
-cat /proc/comx/comx0/status
-
-If you want to use the second channel of this board:
-
-mkdir /proc/comx/comx1
-echo comx >/proc/comx/comx1/boardtype
-echo 0x360 >/proc/comx/comx1/io        
-echo 10 >/proc/comx/comx1/irq          
-echo 0xd000 >/proc/comx/comx1/memaddr
-echo 1 >/proc/comx/comx1/channel       <- channels are numbered 
-                                          as 0 (default) and 1
-
-Now, check if the driver recognized that you're going to use the other
-channel of the same adapter:
-
-cat /proc/comx/comx0/twin
-comx1
-cat /proc/comx/comx1/twin
-comx0
-
-You don't have to load the firmware twice, if you use both channels of
-an adapter, just write it into the channel 0's /proc firmware file.
-
-Default values: io 0x360 for COMX, 0x320 (HICOMX), irq 10, memaddr 0xd0000
-
-THE LOCOMX HARDWARE DRIVER
-
-The LoCOMX driver doesn't require firmware, and it doesn't use memory either,
-but it uses DMA channels 1 and 3. You can set the clock rate (if enabled by
-jumpers on the board) by writing the kbps value into the file named 'clock'.
-Set it to 'external' (it is the default) if you have external clock source.
-
-(Note: currently the LoCOMX driver does not support the internal clock)
-
-THE COMX, CMX AND HICOMX DRIVERS
-
-On the HICOMX, COMX and CMX, you have to load the firmware (it is different for
-the three cards!). All these adapters can share the same memory
-address (we usually use 0xd0000). On the CMX you can set the internal
-clock rate (if enabled by jumpers on the small adapter boards) by writing
-the kbps value into the 'clock' file. You have to do this before initializing
-the card. If you use both HICOMX and CMX/COMX cards, initialize the HICOMX
-first. The I/O address of the HICOMX board is not configurable by any
-method available to the user: it is hardwired to 0x320, and if you have to 
-change it, consult ITC-Pro Ltd.
-
-THE MIXCOM DRIVER
-
-The MixCOM board doesn't require firmware, the driver communicates with
-it through I/O ports. You can have three of these cards in one machine.
-
-THE SLICECOM DRIVER
-
-The SliceCOM board doesn't require firmware. You can have 4 of these cards
-in one machine. The driver doesn't (yet) support shared interrupts, so
-you will need a separate IRQ line for every board.
-Read Documentation/networking/slicecom.txt for help on configuring
-this adapter.
-
-THE HDLC/PPP LINE PROTOCOL DRIVER
-
-The HDLC/SyncPPP line protocol driver uses the kernel's built-in syncppp
-driver (syncppp.o). You don't have to manually select syncppp.o when building
-the kernel, the dependencies compile it in automatically.
-
-
-
-
-EXAMPLE
-(setting up hw parameters, see above)
-
-# using HDLC:
-echo hdlc >/proc/comx/comx0/protocol
-echo 10 >/proc/comx/comx0/keepalive    <- not necessary, 10 is the default
-ifconfig comx0 1.2.3.4 pointopoint 5.6.7.8 netmask 255.255.255.255
-
-(setting up hw parameters, see above)
-
-# using PPP:
-echo ppp >/proc/comx/comx0/protocol
-ifconfig comx0 up
-ifconfig comx0 1.2.3.4 pointopoint 5.6.7.8 netmask 255.255.255.255
-
-
-THE LAPB LINE PROTOCOL DRIVER
-
-For this, you'll need to configure LAPB support (See 'LAPB Data Link Driver' in
-'Network options' section) into your kernel (thanks to Jonathan Naylor for his 
-excellent implementation). 
-comx-proto-lapb.o provides the following files in the appropriate directory
-(the default values in parens): t1 (5), t2 (1), n2 (20), mode (DTE, STD) and
-window (7). Agree with the administrator of your peer router on these
-settings (most people use defaults, but you have to know if you are DTE or
-DCE).
-
-EXAMPLE
-
-(setting up hw parameters, see above)
-echo lapb >/proc/comx/comx0/protocol
-echo dce >/proc/comx/comx0/mode                <- DCE interface in this example
-ifconfig comx0 1.2.3.4 pointopoint 5.6.7.8 netmask 255.255.255.255
-
-
-THE FRAME RELAY PROTOCOL DRIVER
-
-You DON'T need any other frame relay related modules from the kernel to use
-COMX-Frame Relay. This protocol is a bit more complicated than the others, 
-because it allows to use 'subinterfaces' or DLCIs within one physical device.
-First you have to create the 'master' device (the actual physical interface)
-as you would do for other protocols. Specify 'frad' as protocol type.
-Now you can bring this interface up by saying 'ifconfig comx0 up' (or whatever
-you've named the interface). Do not assign any IP address to this interface
-and do not set any routes through it.
-Then, set up your DLCIs the following way: create a comx interface for each
-DLCI you intend to use (with mkdir), and write 'dlci' to the 'boardtype' file, 
-and 'ietf-ip' to the 'protocol' file. Currently, the only supported 
-encapsulation type is this (also called as RFC1294/1490 IP encapsulation).
-Write the DLCI number to the 'dlci' file, and write the name of the physical
-COMX device to the file called 'master'. 
-Now you can assign an IP address to this interface and set routes using it.
-See the example file for further info and example config script.
-Notes: this driver implements a DTE interface with partially implemented
-Q933a LMI.
-You can find an extensively commented example in the 'etc' directory.
-
-FURTHER /proc FILES
-
-boardtype:
-Type of the hardware. Valid values are:
- 'comx', 'hicomx', 'locomx', 'cmx', 'slicecom'.
-
-protocol:
-Data-link protocol on this channel. Can be: HDLC, LAPB, PPP, FRAD
-
-status:
-You can read the channel's actual status from the 'status' file, for example
-'cat /proc/comx/comx3/status'.
-
-lineup_delay:
-Interpreted in seconds (default is 1). Used to avoid line jitter: the system
-will consider the line status 'UP' only if it is up for at least this number
-of seconds.
-
-debug: 
-You can set various debug options through this file. Valid options are:
-'comx_events', 'comx_tx', 'comx_rx', 'hw_events', 'hw_tx', 'hw_rx'.
-You can enable a debug options by writing its name prepended by a '+' into
-the debug file, for example 'echo +comx_rx >comx0/debug'. 
-Disabling an option happens similarly, use the '-' prefix 
-(e.g. 'echo -hw_rx >debug').
-Debug results can be read from the debug file, for example: 
-tail -f /proc/comx/comx2/debug
-
-
diff --git a/Documentation/networking/slicecom.hun 
b/Documentation/networking/slicecom.hun
deleted file mode 100644
index bed2f04..0000000
--- a/Documentation/networking/slicecom.hun
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,371 +0,0 @@
-
-SliceCOM adapter felhasznaloi dokumentacioja - 0.51 verziohoz
-
-Bartók István <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
-Utolso modositas: Wed Aug 29 17:26:58 CEST 2001
-
------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-Hasznalata:
-
-Forditas:
-
-Code maturity level options
-       [*] Prompt for development and/or incomplete code/drivers
-
-Network device support
-       Wan interfaces
-               <M> MultiGate (COMX) synchronous
-                       <M> Support for MUNICH based boards: SliceCOM, PCICOM 
(NEW)
-                       <M> Support for HDLC and syncPPP...
-
-
-A modulok betoltese:
-
-modprobe comx
-
-modprobe comx-proto-ppp                # a Cisco-HDLC es a SyncPPP protokollt 
is
-                               # ez a modul adja
-
-modprobe comx-hw-munich                # a modul betoltodeskor azonnal jelent a
-                               # syslogba a detektalt kartyakrol
-
-
-Konfiguralas:
-
-# Ezen az interfeszen Cisco-HDLC vonali protokoll fog futni
-# Az interfeszhez rendelt idoszeletek: 1,2 (128 kbit/sec-es vonal)
-# (a G.703 keretben az elso adatot vivo idoszelet az 1-es)
-#
-mkdir /proc/comx/comx0.1/
-echo slicecom  >/proc/comx/comx0.1/boardtype
-echo hdlc      >/proc/comx/comx0.1/protocol
-echo 1 2       >/proc/comx/comx0.1/timeslots
-
-
-# Ezen az interfeszen SyncPPP vonali protokoll fog futni
-# Az interfeszhez rendelt idoszelet: 3 (64 kbit/sec-es vonal)
-#
-mkdir /proc/comx/comx0.2/
-echo slicecom  >/proc/comx/comx0.2/boardtype
-echo ppp       >/proc/comx/comx0.2/protocol
-echo 3         >/proc/comx/comx0.2/timeslots
-
-...
-
-ifconfig comx0.1 up
-ifconfig comx0.2 up
-
------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-A COMX driverek default 20 csomagnyi transmit queue-t rendelnek a halozati
-interfeszekhez. WAN halozatokban ennel hosszabbat is szokas hasznalni
-(20 es 100 kozott), hogy a vonal kihasznaltsaga nagy terheles eseten jobb
-legyen (bar ezzel megno a varhato kesleltetes a csomagok sorban allasa miatt):
-
-# ifconfig comx0 txqueuelen 50
-
-Ezt a beallitasi lehetoseget csak az ujabb disztribuciok ifconfig parancsa
-tamogatja (amik mar a 2.2 kernelekhez keszultek, mint a RedHat 6.1 vagy a
-Debian 2.2).
-
-A 2.1-es Debian disztribuciohoz a http://www.debian.org/~rcw/2.2/netbase/
-cimrol toltheto le ujabb netbase csomag, ami mar ilyet tamogato ifconfig
-parancsot tartalmaz. Bovebben a 2.2 kernel hasznalatarol Debian 2.1 alatt:
-http://www.debian.org/releases/stable/running-kernel-2.2
-
------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-A kartya LED-jeinek jelentese:
-
-piros  - eg, ha Remote Alarm-ot kuld a tuloldal
-zold   - eg, ha a vett jelben megtalalja a keretszinkront
-
-Reszletesebben:
-
-piros: zold:   jelentes:
-
--      -       nincs keretszinkron (nincs jel, vagy rossz a jel)
--      eg      "minden rendben"
-eg     eg      a vetel OK, de a tuloldal Remote Alarm-ot kuld
-eg     -       ez nincs ertelmezve, egyelore funkcio nelkul
-
------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-Reszletesebb leiras a hardver beallitasi lehetosegeirol:
-
-Az altalanos,- es a protokoll-retegek beallitasi lehetosegeirol a 'comx.txt'
-fajlban leirtak SliceCOM kartyanal is ervenyesek, itt csak a hardver-specifikus
-beallitasi lehetosegek vannak osszefoglalva:
-
-Konfiguralasi interfesz a /proc/comx/ alatt:
-
-Minden timeslot-csoportnak kulon comx* interfeszt kell letrehozni mkdir-rel:
-comx0, comx1, .. stb. Itt beallithato, hogy az adott interfesz hanyadik kartya
-melyik timeslotja(i)bol alljon ossze. A Cisco-fele serial3:1 elnevezesek
-(serial3:1 = a 3. kartyaban az 1-es idoszelet-csoport) Linuxon aliasing-ot
-jelentenenek, ezert mi nem tudunk ilyen elnevezest hasznalni.
-
-Tobb kartya eseten a comx0.1, comx0.2, ... vagy slice0.1, slice0.2 nevek
-hasznalhatoak.
-
-Tobb SliceCOM kartya is lehet egy gepben, de sajat interrupt kell mindegyiknek,
-nem tud meg megosztott interruptot kezelni.
-
-Az egesz kartyat erinto beallitasok:
-
-Az ioport es irq beallitas nincs: amit a PCI BIOS kioszt a rendszernek,
-azt hasznalja a driver.
-
-
-comx0/boardnum - hanyadik SliceCOM kartya a gepben (a 'termeszetes' PCI
-               sorrendben ertve: ahogyan a /proc/pci-ban vagy az 'lspci'
-               kimeneteben megjelenik, altalaban az alaplapi PCI meghajto
-               aramkorokhoz kozelebb eso kartyak a kisebb sorszamuak)
-
-               Default: 0 (0-tol kezdodik a szamolas)
-
-
-Bar a kovetkezoket csak egy-egy interfeszen allitjuk at, megis az egesz kartya
-mukodeset egyszerre allitjak. A megkotes hogy csak UP-ban levo interfeszen
-hasznalhatoak, azert van, mert kulonben nem vart eredmenyekre vezetne egy ilyen
-paranccsorozat:
-
-       echo 0        >boardnum
-       echo internal >clock_source
-       echo 1        >boardnum
-
-- Ez a 0-s board clock_source-at allitana at.
-
-Ezek a beallitasok megmaradnak az osszes interfesz torlesekor, de torlodnek
-a driver modul ki/betoltesekor.
-
-
-comx0/clock_source - A Tx orajelforrasa, a Cisco-val hasonlatosra keszult.
-       Hasznalata:
-
-       papaya:# echo line     >/proc/comx/comx0/clock_source
-       papaya:# echo internal >/proc/comx/comx0/clock_source
-
-       line     - A Tx orajelet a vett adatfolyambol dekodolja, igyekszik
-               igazodni hozza. Ha nem lat orajelet az inputon, akkor
-               atall a sajat orajelgeneratorara.
-       internal - A Tx orajelet a sajat orajelgeneratora szolgaltatja.
-
-       Default: line
-
-       Normal osszeallitas eseten a tavkozlesi szolgaltato eszkoze
-       (pl. HDSL modem) adja az orajelet, ezert ez a default.
-
-
-comx0/framing  - A CRC4 ki/be kapcsolasa
-
-       A CRC4: 16 PCM keretet (A PCM keret az, amibe a 32 darab 64
-       kilobites csatorna van bemultiplexalva. Nem osszetevesztendo a HDLC
-       kerettel.) 2x8 -as csoportokra osztanak, es azokhoz 4-4 bites CRC-t
-       szamolnak. Elsosorban a vonal minosegenek a monitorozasara szolgal.
-
-       papaya:~# echo crc4     >/proc/comx/comx0/framing
-       papaya:~# echo no-crc4  >/proc/comx/comx0/framing
-
-       Default a 'crc4', a MATAV vonalak altalaban igy futnak. De ha nem
-       egyforma is a beallitas a vonal ket vegen, attol a forgalom altalaban
-       at tud menni.
-
-
-comx0/linecode - A vonali kodolas beallitasa
-
-       papaya:~# echo hdb3     >/proc/comx/comx0/linecode
-       papaya:~# echo ami      >/proc/comx/comx0/linecode
-
-       Default a 'hdb3', a MATAV vonalak igy futnak.
-       
-       (az AMI kodolas igen ritka E1-es vonalaknal). Ha ez a beallitas nem
-       egyezik a vonal ket vegen, akkor elofordulhat hogy a keretszinkron
-       osszejon, de CRC4-hibak es a vonalakon atvitt adatokban is hibak
-       keletkeznek (amit a HDLC/SyncPPP szinten CRC-hibaval jelez)
-
-
-comx0/reg      - a kartya aramkoreinek, a MUNICH (reg) es a FALC (lbireg)
-comx0/lbireg   regisztereinek kozvetlen elerese. Hasznalata:
-
-               echo >reg 0x04 0x0      - a 4-es regiszterbe 0-t ir
-               echo >reg 0x104         - printk()-val kiirja a 4-es regiszter
-                                       tartalmat a syslogba.
-
-               WARNING: ezek csak a fejleszteshez keszultek, sok galibat
-               lehet veluk okozni!
-
-
-comx0/loopback - A kartya G.703 jelenek a visszahurkolasara is van lehetoseg:
-
-       papaya:# echo none   >/proc/comx/comx0/loopback
-       papaya:# echo local  >/proc/comx/comx0/loopback
-       papaya:# echo remote >/proc/comx/comx0/loopback
-
-       none   - nincs visszahurkolas, normal mukodes
-       local  - a kartya a sajat maga altal adott jelet kapja vissza
-       remote - a kartya a kivulrol vett jelet adja kifele
-
-       Default: none
-
------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-Az interfeszhez (Cisco terminologiaban 'channel-group') kapcsolodo beallitasok:
-
-comx0/timeslots        - mely timeslotok (idoszeletek) tartoznak az adott 
interfeszhez.
-
-       papaya:~# cat /proc/comx/comx0/timeslots
-       1 3 4 5 6
-       papaya:~#
-
-       Egy timeslot megkeresese (hanyas interfeszbe tartozik nalunk):
-
-       papaya:~# grep ' 4' /proc/comx/comx*/timeslots
-       /proc/comx/comx0/timeslots:1 3 4 5 6
-       papaya:~#
-
-       Beallitasa:
-       papaya:~# echo '1 5 2 6 7 8' >/proc/comx/comx0/timeslots
-       
-       A timeslotok sorrendje nem szamit, '1 3 2' ugyanaz mint az '1 2 3'.
-
-       Beallitashoz az adott interfesznek DOWN-ban kell lennie
-       (ifconfig comx0 down), de ugyanannak a kartyanak a tobbi interfesze
-       uzemelhet kozben.
-
-       Beallitaskor leellenorzi, hogy az uj timeslotok nem utkoznek-e egy
-       masik interfesz timeslotjaival. Ha utkoznek, akkor nem allitja at.
-
-       Mindig 10-es szamrendszerben tortenik a timeslotok ertelmezese, nehogy
-       a 08, 09 alaku felirast rosszul ertelmezze.
-
------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-Az interfeszek es a kartya allapotanak lekerdezese:
-
-- A ' '-szel kezdodo sorok az eredeti kimenetet, a //-rel kezdodo sorok a
-magyarazatot jelzik.
-
- papaya:~$ cat /proc/comx/comx1/status
- Interface administrative status is UP, modem status is UP, protocol is UP
- Modem status changes: 0, Transmitter status is IDLE, tbusy: 0
- Interface load (input): 978376 / 947808 / 951024 bits/s (5s/5m/15m)
-               (output): 978376 / 947848 / 951024 bits/s (5s/5m/15m)
- Debug flags: none
- RX errors: len: 22, overrun: 1, crc: 0, aborts: 0
-            buffer overrun: 0, pbuffer overrun: 0
- TX errors: underrun: 0
- Line keepalive (value: 10) status UP [0]
-
-// Itt kezdodik a hardver-specifikus resz:
- Controller status:
-         No alarms
-
-// Alarm: hibajelzes:
-//
-// No alarms - minden rendben
-//
-// LOS  - Loss Of Signal - nem erzekel jelet a bemeneten.
-// AIS  - Alarm Indication Signal - csak egymas utani 1-esek jonnek
-//     a bemeneten, a tuloldal igy is jelezheti hogy meghibasodott vagy
-//     nincs inicializalva.
-// AUXP - Auxiliary Pattern Indication - 01010101.. sorozat jon a bemeneten.
-// LFA  - Loss of Frame Alignment - nincs keretszinkron
-// RRA  - Receive Remote Alarm - a tuloldal el, de hibat jelez.
-// LMFA - Loss of CRC4 Multiframe Alignment - nincs CRC4-multikeret-szinkron
-// NMF  - No Multiframe alignment Found after 400 msec - ilyen alarm a no-crc4
-//     es crc4 keretezesek eseten nincs, lasd lentebb
-//
-// Egyeb lehetseges hibajelzesek:
-//
-// Transmit Line Short - a kartya ugy erzi hogy az adasi kimenete rovidre
-//     van zarva, ezert kikapcsolta az adast. (nem feltetlenul veszi eszre
-//     a kulso rovidzarat)
-
-// A veteli oldal csomagjainak lancolt listai, debug celokra:
-
- Rx ring:
-         rafutott: 0
-         lastcheck: 50845731, jiffies: 51314281
-         base: 017b1858
-         rx_desc_ptr: 0
-         rx_desc_ptr: 017b1858
-         hw_curr_ptr: 017b1858
-         06040000 017b1868 017b1898 c016ff00
-         06040000 017b1878 017b1e9c c016ff00
-         46040000 017b1888 017b24a0 c016ff00
-         06040000 017b1858 017b2aa4 c016ff00
-
-// A kartyat hasznalo tobbi interfesz: a 0-s channel-group a comx1 interfesz,
-// es az 1,2,...,16 timeslotok tartoznak hozza:
-
- Interfaces using this board: (channel-group, interface, timeslots)
-          0 comx1: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
-          1 comx2: 17
-          2 comx3: 18
-          3 comx4: 19
-          4 comx5: 20
-          5 comx6: 21
-          6 comx7: 22
-          7 comx8: 23
-          8 comx9: 24
-          9 comx10: 25
-         10 comx11: 26
-         11 comx12: 27
-         12 comx13: 28
-         13 comx14: 29
-         14 comx15: 30
-         15 comx16: 31
-
-// Hany esemenyt kezelt le a driver egy-egy hardver-interrupt kiszolgalasanal:
-
- Interrupt work histogram:
- hist[ 0]:        0 hist[ 1]:        2 hist[ 2]:    18574 hist[ 3]:       79
- hist[ 4]:       14 hist[ 5]:        1 hist[ 6]:        0 hist[ 7]:        1
- hist[ 8]:        0 hist[ 9]:        7
-
-// Hany kikuldendo csomag volt mar a Tx-ringben amikor ujabb lett irva bele:
-
- Tx ring histogram:
- hist[ 0]:     2329 hist[ 1]:        0 hist[ 2]:        0 hist[ 3]:        0
-
-// Az E1-interfesz hiba-szamlaloi, az rfc2495-nek megfeleloen:
-// (kb. a Cisco routerek "show controllers e1" formatumaban: 
http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/software/ios11/rbook/rinterfc.htm#xtocid25669126)
-
-Data in current interval (91 seconds elapsed):
-   9516 Line Code Violations, 65 Path Code Violations, 2 E-Bit Errors
-   0 Slip Secs, 2 Fr Loss Secs, 2 Line Err Secs, 0 Degraded Mins
-   0 Errored Secs, 0 Bursty Err Secs, 0 Severely Err Secs, 11 Unavail Secs
-Data in Interval 1 (15 minutes):
-   0 Line Code Violations, 0 Path Code Violations, 0 E-Bit Errors
-   0 Slip Secs, 0 Fr Loss Secs, 0 Line Err Secs, 0 Degraded Mins
-   0 Errored Secs, 0 Bursty Err Secs, 0 Severely Err Secs, 0 Unavail Secs
-Data in last 4 intervals (1 hour):
-   0 Line Code Violations, 0 Path Code Violations, 0 E-Bit Errors
-   0 Slip Secs, 0 Fr Loss Secs, 0 Line Err Secs, 0 Degraded Mins
-   0 Errored Secs, 0 Bursty Err Secs, 0 Severely Err Secs, 0 Unavail Secs
-Data in last 96 intervals (24 hours):
-   0 Line Code Violations, 0 Path Code Violations, 0 E-Bit Errors
-   0 Slip Secs, 0 Fr Loss Secs, 0 Line Err Secs, 0 Degraded Mins
-   0 Errored Secs, 0 Bursty Err Secs, 0 Severely Err Secs, 0 Unavail Secs
-
------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-Nehany kulonlegesebb beallitasi lehetoseg (idovel beepulhetnek majd a 
driverbe):
-Ezekkel sok galibat lehet okozni, nagyon ovatosan kell oket hasznalni!
-
-       modified CRC-4, for improved interworking of CRC-4 and non-CRC-4
-       devices: (lasd page 107 es g706 Annex B)
-               lbireg[ 0x1b ] |= 0x08
-               lbireg[ 0x1c ] |= 0xc0
-       - ilyenkor ertelmezett az NMF - 'No Multiframe alignment Found after
-       400 msec' alarm.
-
-       FALC - a vonali meghajto IC
-       local loop - a sajat adasomat halljam vissza
-       remote loop - a kivulrol jovo adast adom vissza
-
-       Egy hibakeresesre hasznalhato dolog:
-               - 1-es timeslot local loop a FALC-ban:  echo >lbireg 0x1d 0x21
-               - local loop kikapcsolasa:              echo >lbireg 0x1d 0x00
diff --git a/Documentation/networking/slicecom.txt 
b/Documentation/networking/slicecom.txt
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--- a/Documentation/networking/slicecom.txt
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@@ -1,369 +0,0 @@
-
-SliceCOM adapter user's documentation - for the 0.51 driver version
-
-Written by Bartók István <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
-
-English translation: Lakatos György <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
-Mon Dec 11 15:28:42 CET 2000
-
-Last modified: Wed Aug 29 17:25:37 CEST 2001
-
------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-Usage:
-
-Compiling the kernel:
-
-Code maturity level options
-       [*] Prompt for development and/or incomplete code/drivers
-
-Network device support
-       Wan interfaces
-               <M> MultiGate (COMX) synchronous
-                       <M> Support for MUNICH based boards: SliceCOM, PCICOM 
(NEW)
-                       <M> Support for HDLC and syncPPP...
-
-
-Loading the modules:
-
-modprobe comx
-
-modprobe comx-proto-ppp                # module for  Cisco-HDLC and SyncPPP 
protocols
-
-modprobe comx-hw-munich                # the module logs information by the 
kernel
-                               # about the detected boards
-
-
-Configuring the board:
-
-# This interface will use the Cisco-HDLC line protocol,
-# the timeslices assigned are 1,2 (128 KiBit line speed)
-# (the first data timeslice in the G.703 frame is no. 1)
-#
-mkdir /proc/comx/comx0.1/
-echo slicecom  >/proc/comx/comx0.1/boardtype
-echo hdlc      >/proc/comx/comx0.1/protocol
-echo 1 2       >/proc/comx/comx0.1/timeslots
-
-
-# This interface uses SyncPPP line protocol, the assigned 
-# is no. 3 (64 KiBit line speed)
-#
-mkdir /proc/comx/comx0.2/
-echo slicecom  >/proc/comx/comx0.2/boardtype
-echo ppp       >/proc/comx/comx0.2/protocol
-echo 3         >/proc/comx/comx0.2/timeslots
-
-...
-
-ifconfig comx0.1 up
-ifconfig comx0.2 up
-
------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-The COMX interfaces use a 10 packet transmit queue by default, however WAN
-networks sometimes use bigger values (20 to 100), to utilize the line better
-by large traffic (though the line delay increases because of more packets
-join the queue).
-
-# ifconfig comx0 txqueuelen 50
-
-This option is only supported by the ifconfig command of the later 
-distributions, which came with 2.2 kernels, such as RedHat 6.1 or Debian 2.2.
-
-You can download a newer netbase packet from 
-http://www.debian.org/~rcw/2.2/netbase/ for Debian 2.1, which has a new
-ifconfig. You can get further information about using 2.2 kernel with
-Debian 2.1 from http://www.debian.org/releases/stable/running-kernel-2.2
-
------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-The SliceCom LEDs:
-
-red    - on, if the interface is unconfigured, or it gets Remote Alarm-s
-green  - on, if the board finds frame-sync in the received signal      
-
-A bit more detailed:
-
-red:   green:  meaning:
-
--      -       no frame-sync, no signal received, or signal SNAFU.
--      on      "Everything is OK"
-on     on      Reception is ok, but the remote end sends Remote Alarm
-on     -       The interface is unconfigured
-
------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-A more detailed description of the hardware setting options:
-
-The general and the protocol layer options described in the 'comx.txt' file
-apply to the SliceCom as well, I only summarize the SliceCom hardware specific
-settings below.
-
-The '/proc/comx' configuring interface:
-
-An interface directory should be created for every timeslot group with
-'mkdir', e,g: 'comx0', 'comx1' etc. The timeslots can be assigned here to the
-specific interface. The Cisco-like naming convention (serial3:1 - first
-timeslot group of the 3rd. board) can't be used here, because these mean IP
-aliasing in Linux.
-
-You can give any meaningful name to keep the configuration clear; 
-e.g: 'comx0.1', 'comx0.2', 'comx1.1', comx1.2', if you have two boards
-with two interfaces each.
-
-Settings, which apply to the board:
-
-Neither 'io' nor 'irq' settings required, the driver uses the resources
-given by the PCI BIOS.
-
-comx0/boardnum - board number of the SliceCom in the PC (using the 'natural'
-               PCI order) as listed in '/proc/pci' or the output of the
-               'lspci' command, generally the slots nearer to the motherboard
-               PCI driver chips have the lower numbers.
-               
-               Default: 0 (the counting starts with 0)
-
-Though the options below are to be set on a single interface, they apply to the
-whole board. The restriction, to use them on 'UP' interfaces, is because the 
-command sequence below could lead to unpredictable results.
-
-       # echo 0        >boardnum
-       # echo internal >clock_source
-       # echo 1        >boardnum
-
-The sequence would set the clock source of board 0.
-
-These settings will persist after all the interfaces are cleared, but are
-cleared when the driver module is unloaded and loaded again.
-
-comx0/clock_source - source of the transmit clock
-       Usage:
-
-       # echo line     >/proc/comx/comx0/clock_source
-       # echo internal >/proc/comx/comx0/clock_source
-
-       line    - The Tx clock is being decoded if the input data stream,
-               if no clock seen on the input, then the board will use it's
-               own clock generator.
-
-       internal - The Tx clock is supplied by the builtin clock generator.     
-
-       Default: line
-
-       Normally, the telecommunication company's end device (the HDSL
-       modem) provides the Tx clock, that's why 'line' is the default.
-
-comx0/framing  - Switching CRC4 off/on
-
-       CRC4: 16 PCM frames (The 32 64Kibit channels are multiplexed into a
-       PCM frame, nothing to do with HDLC frames) are divided into 2x8
-       groups, each group has a 4 bit CRC.
-
-       # echo crc4     >/proc/comx/comx0/framing
-       # echo no-crc4  >/proc/comx/comx0/framing
-
-       Default is 'crc4', the Hungarian MATAV lines behave like this. 
-       The traffic generally passes if this setting on both ends don't match.
-
-comx0/linecode - Setting the line coding
-
-       # echo hdb3     >/proc/comx/comx0/linecode
-       # echo ami      >/proc/comx/comx0/linecode
-
-       Default a 'hdb3', MATAV lines use this.
-       
-       (AMI coding is rarely used with E1 lines). Frame sync may occur, if
-       this setting doesn't match the other end's, but CRC4 and data errors
-       will come, which will result in CRC errors on HDLC/SyncPPP level. 
-
-comx0/reg      - direct access to the board's MUNICH (reg) and FALC (lbireg)
-comx0/lbireg   circuit's registers  
-
-       # echo >reg 0x04 0x0    - write 0 to register 4
-       # echo >reg 0x104       - write the contents of register 4 with
-                               printk() to syslog
-
-WARNING! These are only for development purposes, messing with this will
-       result much trouble!
-
-comx0/loopback - Places a loop to the board's G.703 signals
-
-       # echo none   >/proc/comx/comx0/loopback
-       # echo local  >/proc/comx/comx0/loopback
-       # echo remote >/proc/comx/comx0/loopback
-
-       none   - normal operation, no loop
-       local  - the board receives it's own output
-       remote - the board sends the received data to the remote side
-
-       Default: none
-
------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-Interface (channel group in Cisco terms) settings: 
-
-comx0/timeslots        - which timeslots belong to the given interface
-
-       Setting:
-
-       # echo '1 5 2 6 7 8' >/proc/comx/comx0/timeslots
-
-       # cat /proc/comx/comx0/timeslots
-       1 2 5 6 7 8 
-       #
-
-       Finding a timeslot: 
-
-       # grep ' 4' /proc/comx/comx*/timeslots
-       /proc/comx/comx0/timeslots:1 3 4 5 6
-       #
-
-       The timeslots can be in any order, '1 2 3' is the same as '1 3 2'.
-
-       The interface has to be DOWN during the setting ('ifconfig comx0
-       down'), but the other interfaces could operate normally.
-
-       The driver checks if the assigned timeslots are vacant, if not, then
-       the setting won't be applied.
-
-       The timeslot values are treated as decimal numbers, not to misunderstand
-       values of 08, 09 form.
-
------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-Checking the interface and board status:
-
-- Lines beginning with ' ' (space) belong to the original output, the lines
-which begin with '//' are the comments.
-
- papaya:~$ cat /proc/comx/comx1/status
- Interface administrative status is UP, modem status is UP, protocol is UP
- Modem status changes: 0, Transmitter status is IDLE, tbusy: 0
- Interface load (input): 978376 / 947808 / 951024 bits/s (5s/5m/15m)
-               (output): 978376 / 947848 / 951024 bits/s (5s/5m/15m)
- Debug flags: none
- RX errors: len: 22, overrun: 1, crc: 0, aborts: 0
-            buffer overrun: 0, pbuffer overrun: 0
- TX errors: underrun: 0
- Line keepalive (value: 10) status UP [0]
-
-// The hardware specific part starts here:
- Controller status:
-         No alarms
-
-// Alarm: 
-//
-// No alarms - Everything OK
-//
-// LOS  - Loss Of Signal - No signal sensed on the input
-// AIS  - Alarm Indication Signal - The remote side sends '11111111'-s, 
-//     it tells, that there's an error condition, or it's not
-//     initialised.
-// AUXP - Auxiliary Pattern Indication - 01010101.. received.
-// LFA  - Loss of Frame Alignment - no frame sync received.
-// RRA  - Receive Remote Alarm - the remote end's OK, but signals error cond.
-// LMFA - Loss of CRC4 Multiframe Alignment - no CRC4 multiframe sync.
-// NMF  - No Multiframe alignment Found after 400 msec - no such alarm using
-//     no-crc4 or crc4 framing, see below.
-//
-// Other possible error messages:
-//
-// Transmit Line Short - the board felt, that it's output is short-circuited,
-//     so it switched the transmission off. (The board can't definitely tell,
-//     that it's output is short-circuited.)
-
-// Chained list of the received packets, for debug purposes:
-
- Rx ring:
-         rafutott: 0
-         lastcheck: 50845731, jiffies: 51314281
-         base: 017b1858
-         rx_desc_ptr: 0
-         rx_desc_ptr: 017b1858
-         hw_curr_ptr: 017b1858
-         06040000 017b1868 017b1898 c016ff00
-         06040000 017b1878 017b1e9c c016ff00
-         46040000 017b1888 017b24a0 c016ff00
-         06040000 017b1858 017b2aa4 c016ff00
-
-// All the interfaces using the board: comx1, using the 1,2,...16 timeslots,
-// comx2, using timeslot 17, etc.
-
- Interfaces using this board: (channel-group, interface, timeslots)
-          0 comx1: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
-          1 comx2: 17
-          2 comx3: 18
-          3 comx4: 19
-          4 comx5: 20
-          5 comx6: 21
-          6 comx7: 22
-          7 comx8: 23
-          8 comx9: 24
-          9 comx10: 25
-         10 comx11: 26
-         11 comx12: 27
-         12 comx13: 28
-         13 comx14: 29
-         14 comx15: 30
-         15 comx16: 31
-
-// The number of events handled by the driver during an interrupt cycle:
-
- Interrupt work histogram:
- hist[ 0]:        0 hist[ 1]:        2 hist[ 2]:    18574 hist[ 3]:       79
- hist[ 4]:       14 hist[ 5]:        1 hist[ 6]:        0 hist[ 7]:        1
- hist[ 8]:        0 hist[ 9]:        7
-
-// The number of packets to send in the Tx ring, when a new one arrived:
-
- Tx ring histogram:
- hist[ 0]:     2329 hist[ 1]:        0 hist[ 2]:        0 hist[ 3]:        0
-
-// The error counters of the E1 interface, according to the RFC2495,
-// (similar to the Cisco "show controllers e1" command's output:
-// 
http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/software/ios11/rbook/rinterfc.htm#xtocid25669126)
-
-Data in current interval (91 seconds elapsed):
-   9516 Line Code Violations, 65 Path Code Violations, 2 E-Bit Errors
-   0 Slip Secs, 2 Fr Loss Secs, 2 Line Err Secs, 0 Degraded Mins
-   0 Errored Secs, 0 Bursty Err Secs, 0 Severely Err Secs, 11 Unavail Secs
-Data in Interval 1 (15 minutes):
-   0 Line Code Violations, 0 Path Code Violations, 0 E-Bit Errors
-   0 Slip Secs, 0 Fr Loss Secs, 0 Line Err Secs, 0 Degraded Mins
-   0 Errored Secs, 0 Bursty Err Secs, 0 Severely Err Secs, 0 Unavail Secs
-Data in last 4 intervals (1 hour):
-   0 Line Code Violations, 0 Path Code Violations, 0 E-Bit Errors
-   0 Slip Secs, 0 Fr Loss Secs, 0 Line Err Secs, 0 Degraded Mins
-   0 Errored Secs, 0 Bursty Err Secs, 0 Severely Err Secs, 0 Unavail Secs
-Data in last 96 intervals (24 hours):
-   0 Line Code Violations, 0 Path Code Violations, 0 E-Bit Errors
-   0 Slip Secs, 0 Fr Loss Secs, 0 Line Err Secs, 0 Degraded Mins
-   0 Errored Secs, 0 Bursty Err Secs, 0 Severely Err Secs, 0 Unavail Secs
-
------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-Some unique options, (may get into the driver later):
-Treat them very carefully, these can cause much trouble!
-
-       modified CRC-4, for improved interworking of CRC-4 and non-CRC-4
-       devices: (see page 107 and g706 Annex B)
-               lbireg[ 0x1b ] |= 0x08
-               lbireg[ 0x1c ] |= 0xc0
-
-       - The NMF - 'No Multiframe alignment Found after 400 msec' alarm 
-       comes into account.
-
-       FALC - the line driver chip.
-       local loop - I hear my transmission back.
-       remote loop - I echo the remote transmission back.
-
-       Something useful for finding errors:
-       
-               - local loop for timeslot 1 in the FALC chip:
-
-       # echo >lbireg 0x1d 0x21
-
-               - Switching the loop off:
-
-       # echo >lbireg 0x1d 0x00
-
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