t38modem kompelieren

    t38modem kompelieren

    Morgen,

    Ich habe für Windows einen interessanten Fakemodemtreiber gefunden

    sourceforge.net/projects/t38modem/


    Den muss man aber laut readme kompelieren...

    Da ich aber kein 2005 visual c++ mehr habe wollte ich Euch fragen ob Ihr mir das kompelieren könntest.

    Danke Euch

    Building with Open H323 Library:
    Start Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 with h323lib\t38modem_2005.vcproj file.
    Set Active Configuration to "t38modem - Win32 Release".
    Add "PBoolean=BOOL" to
    [Project]->[t38modem Properties]->[Configuration Properties]->
    [C/C++]->[Preprocessor]->[Preprocessor Definitions].
    Change "h323plus.lib" to "openh323.lib" in
    [Project]->[t38modem Properties]->[Configuration Properties]->
    [Linker]->[Input]->[Additional Dependensies].
    Build t38modem.exe.
    Building with H323 Plus Library:
    Start Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 with h323lib\t38modem_2005.vcproj file.
    Set Active Configuration to "t38modem - Win32 Release".
    Build t38modem.exe.
    Building with Open Phone Abstraction Library (OPAL):
    Start Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 with opal\t38modem_2005.vcproj file.
    Set Active Configuration to "t38modem - Win32 Release".
    Build t38modem.exe.



    Und das mitdem starten hab ich auch noch net verstanden

    3.1. Starting
    -------------
    Starting with Open H323 Library or H323 Plus Library:
    $ t38modem -n -o trace.log -p ttyx0,ttyx1 --old-asn \
    --route 0@127.0.0.1 --route all@172.16.33.21
    This will create two modems (/dev/ttyx0 and /dev/ttyx1) and H.323 endpoint.
    If dialed number begins with '0' then it will be routed to a local host
    (leading '0' will be discarded). Other dialed numbers will be routed to
    172.16.33.21.
    Starting with OPAL:
    $ t38modem -n -o trace.log -p ttyx0,ttyx1 \
    --route "modem:0.*=h323:<dn!1>@127.0.0.1" \
    --route "modem:1.*=sip:<dn>@172.16.33.20" \
    --route "modem:2.*=h323:<dn>@172.16.33.21" \
    --route "h323:.*=modem:<dn>" \
    --route "sip:.*=modem:<dn>"
    This will create two modems (/dev/ttyx0 and /dev/ttyx1) and H.323 and SIP endpoints.
    If dialed number begins with '0' then it will be routed to a local host.
    If dialed number begins with '1' then it will be routed to SIP endpoint 172.16.33.20.
    If dialed number begins with '2' then it will be routed to H.323 endpoint 172.16.33.21.
    Leading '0', '1' and '2' will be discarded.
    Q. I try to use T38modem, but after run "t38modem -p ttyx0" I get a message
    "Could not open /dev/ptyx0: No such file or directory".
    A. Looks like you don't have legacy PTY devices compiled in your kernel.
    You need to re-compile the kernel with 'Legacy PTY Support'.
    Alternatively, you can build t38modem with USE_UNIX98_PTY=1 option and use
    -p +/dev/ttyx0,+/dev/ttyx1 instead of -p ttyx0,ttyx1.
    FreeBSD Users: You need to use -p ttypa,ttypb instead of -p ttyx0,ttyx1.
    Remember to replace ttyx0 with ttypa and ttyx1 with ttypb
    when following the rest of these instructions.
    This will create two modems /dev/ttypa and /dev/ttypb.
    Windows Users: You need two COM ports connected via Null-modem cable to create one modem.
    If your COM1 connected to COM2 and COM3 connected to COM4 you need to use
    -p \\.\COM2,\\.\COM4 instead of -p ttyx0,ttyx1.
    This will create two modems COM1 and COM3.
    Q. How to use t38modem without additional COM port hardware on Windows?
    A. Replace a pair of physical COM ports with a pair of virtual COM ports.
    See Null-modem emulator (com0com) - virtual serial port driver for Windows project for details.
    Q. What model of modem to select in Add Hardware Wizard?
    A. Select "Standard 1440 bps Modem".
    Cisco Users: Possible additionaly you will need to use --h245tunneldisable option.
    3.2. Testing (you need two consoles)
    ------------------------------------
    (FreeBSD users - remeber to use /dev/ttypa and /dev/ttypb with 'cu -l')
    (Windows users - use COM1 and COM3 with HyperTerminal)
    $ cu -l /dev/ttyx0 $ cu -l /dev/ttyx1
    Connected. Connected.
    <-- at <-- at
    --> OK --> OK
    (wait at least 10 secs)
    <-- atdt012345
    -->
    --> RING
    -->
    --> RING
    <-- ati9
    --> NDID = 12345
    --> OK
    -->
    --> RING
    -->
    --> RING
    <-- ata
    --> CONNECT --> CONNECT
    <-- x
    --> OK
    <-- ath
    --> OK
    -->
    --> ERROR
    <-- at
    --> OK
    <-- at
    --> OK
    ... ...

    Dabei sieht das ganz danach aus als währe es das was ich suche..

    Leider kann ich das nicht selber kompelieren da ich nicht die 2005version habe. Vllt kann mir hier jemand die kompelierte t38modem.exe anhängen. Danke

    Und kann mir jemand nochmals bitte erklären wie ich diese exe nun öffne und was es mit diesem abschnitt

    Q. What model of modem to select in Add Hardware Wizard?
    A. Select "Standard 1440 bps Modem".


    aufsich hat bzw. wann ich dieses Modem überden Modemassistenten instalieren muß nachdem ich die exe geladen habe?
    Danke für eure Hilfe