if I remember right, there is *43 internal number on Asterisk for simple echo test.... Maybe you'll hear your self.... One way audio could be also caused by some inproper NAT or Firewall setup...
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UI2 works fine on any Via C7/CX700M Mboards but you need the Unichrome Pro II commercial drivers from Via to exploit the chipset features needed by UI2 to do so. Fiire have bundled these drivers with Via's DS700 Vesa mount unit. Thats it. If you want UI2 on this type of device then currently Fiire have the only solution.
Any C7 based CN700 or CX700 based motherboard will run lmce-0704 UI1 superbly when married to the freely available Unichrome Pro drivers though.
this is basic diagram for what i think LinuxMCE should be, if you have another Idea or correction please reply
One of the issues I noticed as well with the current Z-wave lighting system is that device state changes made outside of LMCE do not feed back to LMCE. So if I turn a light off via LMCE and then press a button on a switch to turn it on, LMCE would still think it's off and show it as such on the floorplan. I've seen other Z-wave software controllers use polling. While there are some new devices that can support state change notification, polling is the simplest solution, I believe. I plan to implement that functionality with the Insteon driver I'm writing.Hi,
Boot over powerline? I'm impressed. When we tried it we gave up after 15 min.
I am writing this to you from a machine pxe booted over 85mbit powerline from my home lmce system :-)