ZAPTEL Loading Framework

Hi All,

When my server is loading up I get the following error:

Loading ZAPTEL Framework :FAILED: Module not found [FAILED]

What does this mean & how do I fix this problem??

Appreciate your help.

Hello,

For some reason, I don’t like CentOS…I use WhiteBox Linux and my
trixbox work perfectly, after a month of heavy usage my memory still at
20%…

But… I don’t like all the extra stuff…

I want a minimal WBL install and freepbx…

Does your script will do that???

Thanks

Manny

-----Original Message-----
From: [email protected]
[mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of bubba
Sent: Tuesday, October 31, 2006 10:46 AM
To: [email protected]
Subject: [Amportal-users] What version of Linux [Edited]
This is an edited version of a previous post

[quote] So what could you recommend I use??
[/quote]well Centos is the easy one
next you have FC
with Centos you should be able to have a asterisk / freepbx box up in
two hours or so (depending on your INet / cpu speed)
the docs on freepbx are right on the money…
there are tar files for installing on a MIN server centos build which
will do 90 % of the work for you…
did u run those scripts I sent u …
did u get it working if not what about the debug log…

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[quote=“kgtee”]
May I know what zaptel hardware you are using?[/quote] I am using the following Digium Wildcard TDM: Wildcard TDM400P REV I

[quote=“StillLearning”][quote=“kgtee”]
May I know what zaptel hardware you are using?[/quote] I am using the following Digium Wildcard TDM: Wildcard TDM400P REV I[/quote]

Don’t get confused by Trixbox genzaptelconf, the genzaptelconf you downloaded from Digium works only after some tweaking.

Try edit /etc/zaptel and /etc/asterisk/zapata.conf by following Rob’s guidelines to setup the TDM400P.

To load zaptel modules when system boots, you need to do a few more steps.

cp /usr/src/<zaptel_source_dir>zaptel.sysconfig /etc/sysconfig/zaptel
nano /etc/sysconfig/zaptel (note: uncomment the line for MODULES=wctdm)
cp /usr/src/<zaptel_source_dir>/zaptel.init /etc/rc.d/init.d/zaptel (note: Do this for RH compatible system only)
nano /etc/rc.d/init.d/zaptel (note: Correct the line initdir=/etc/init.d to initdir=/etc/rc.d/init.d)
chmod 755 /etc/rc.d/init.d/zaptel
chkconfig zaptel on

[quote=“kgtee”]
May I know what zaptel hardware you are using?[/quote] I am using the following Digium Wildcard TDM: Wildcard TDM400P REV I

[quote=“bubba”]
did u run those scripts I sent u …
did u get it working if not what about the debug log…[/quote]

Hi Babba,

I tried to but could not get it working, finally I had to op for some paid support to get it working. How do I setup the TDM card, as I tried genzaptelconf from CLi and I get the following error:No such command ‘genzaptelconf’ (type ‘help’ for help) how could I fix this??

Thanks once again for your time. The card is a Digium TDM04 one FXO only.

Still

well Centos is the easy one
next you have FC

with Centos you should be able to have a asterisk / freepbx box up in two hours or so (depending on your INet / cpu speed)

the docs on freepbx are right on the money…

there are tar files for installing on a MIN server centos build which will do 90 % of the work for you…

did u run those scripts I sent u …
did u get it working if not what about the debug log…

So what could you recommend I use??

Cheers

So what could you recommend I use??

Cheers[/quote]

May I know what zaptel hardware you are using?

Well then u needs to give some info on your setup

ISO or tar install

AAH / TB / Custom

what version of linux??

Hi Bubba,

I am using Poundkey 1.1.2 and Freepbx 2.3

What is the other information you need.

Cheers

OK poundkey…
I can not help you there…
I had it running but I am not going to pull my hair out over it any more…

I did not find it worth the time and effort I put into it…
I do not want a box I can not rebuild in less than 1 hour…

Made no sense to put Freepbx on Poundkey as Poundkey is just not built for that…pundkey is about less…freepbx is about more…

sorry…

at run the console (or putty)
run these

modprobe zaptel
modprobe ztdummy

then

shutdown -r now
login and run

amportal stop
genzaptelconf
shutdown -r now

fixed now??

[quote=“bubba”]at run the console (or putty)
run these

modprobe zaptel
modprobe ztdummy

then

shutdown -r now
login and run

amportal stop
genzaptelconf
shutdown -r now

fixed now??[/quote]

Hi Bubba,

Thanks for the prompt reply, this is what I get when I run,

[[email protected] ~]# modprobe zaptel
FATAL: Module zaptel not found.

What do I do here??

Cheers

Still