I'm looking for a cheap and reliable FXO/FXS interface to get Asterisk and all the telephony features of LMCE going. The x100p looks like it would fit the bill quite well, but the last post I've seen on the board here regarding this interface was in October of 2007. At that time, the poster said that it worked in Pluto but not LinuxMCE.
Does anyone know if this card is now supported?
If not, any suggestions?
I may be a bit late to reply, but I may have been the one that mentioned the X100P FXO not working in an earlier release of LMCE.
I just upgraded to Ver. 710 and tried to set up the X100P again. So far, it appears to be working, but took a little effort. What I did was:
after installing the card, I ran asterisk -vvvr to get to the CLI
In the CLI I ran zap show status
This showed the X100p card, but reported it as unconfigured.
running ztcfg -vvv also failed and stated that zaptel was not installed
apt-get install zaptel
After that, I had errors that the /etc/zaptel.conf file did not exist. (it is supposed to be created when installing zaptel)
I created a new /etc/zaptel.conf file with the following lines (Note: This is for a single x100p card in the US - yours may be a little different depending on your location)
Restarted asterisk and zaptel
ran ztcfg -vvvv again and it showed 1 channel configured.
ran "zap show status" from the asterisk CLI again and now it shows the x100p as active
dcerouter*CLI> zap show status
Description Alarms IRQ bpviol CRC4
Wildcard X100P Board 1 OK 0 0 0
That is as far as I got so far.
I still need to set up the channels and other settings either in FreePBX and/or the zapata.conf file.
So far, it is promising.
Hope that helps a little