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       astribank_tool - Xorcom Astribank (xpp) control tool


       astribank_tool [ options ] [ operation... ] -D device-path

       astribank_tool [-h]


       astribank_tool  is  a tool to control the USB-level functionality of an
       Astribank.  The tool operates on a single Astribank at a time (given as
       parameter to the -D command line option).


       -D device-path
              Required.   The   device   to   read   from/write  to.  This  is
              bus_num/device_num, where bus_num and device_num are  the  first
              two  numbers in the output of lsusb(8) or dahdi_hardware(8).  On
              older versions of this tool you needed a complete  path  to  the
              device,   which  would  be  /dev/bus/usb/bus_num/device_num,  or

       -p num
              Set the TwinStar port number. Either 0 or 1.

              (TODO: explain).

       -r type
              Reset the Astribank and renumerate its USB connection  to  power
              on product ID.

              Tyep can be: half or full.

              (TODO: explain those).

       -w 0|1
              Enable  (1)  or disable (0) the TwinStar watchdog. When enabled,
              the Astribank will jump to the second port  if  this  system  is
              "not working" and the system on the second port is available.

              Query astribank properties via MPP protocol.

              Renumerate  the  Astribank  product  number  (e.g:  from 1161 to

              Increase verbosity. May be used multiple times.

       -d mask
              Set debug mask to mask. Default is 0, 0xFF is "everything".

              Displays usage message.


       fxload(8), lsusb(8), astribank_hexload(8)


       This    manual    page     was     written     by     Tzafrir     Cohen
       <> .  Permission is granted to copy, distribute
       and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU  General  Public
       License,  Version  2  any  later version published by the Free Software

       On Debian systems, the complete text of the GNU General Public  License
       can be found in /usr/share/common-licenses/GPL.

                                 29 March 2009               ASTRIBANK_TOOL(8)