Bug 17973

Summary: isdn-config may fail to spot external agent dialling
Product: [Retired] Red Hat Linux Reporter: Paul Flinders <ptf>
Component: isdn-configAssignee: Ngo Than <than>
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Description Paul Flinders 2000-09-30 20:10:44 UTC
isdn-config fails to spot that an external agent has dialled
under the following scenario

I have two ISPs configured. Starting isdn-config and
connecting to the first works as expected.

If I now hang up using "isdnctrl hangup ippp0" from a
terminal window the fact that the link has gone down is
correctly spotted and the state goes to "offline". Re-dialling
ippp0 from the terminal is correctly tracked with the state
going to "online"

If I now manually dial my second ISP (with "isdnctrl dial ippp1")
the fact that there is an active connection is missed - the
state remains at offline.

As an aside it would be useful if isdn-config could indicate
which provider (or providers as there's no reason not to be
connected twice) are currently connected rather than just
"online" which could be any provider.

Comment 1 Ngo Than 2001-01-04 13:27:49 UTC
*** Bug 17972 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***

Comment 2 Ngo Than 2001-09-20 21:28:36 UTC
isdn-config is now obsolete. kisdndock is a new dial program. It's a part of