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SBSH(4)                FreeBSD Kernel Interfaces Manual                SBSH(4)

NAME
     sbsh -- Granch SBNI16 SHDSL modem device driver

SYNOPSIS
     device sbsh

DESCRIPTION
     The sbsh driver provides support for an internal PCI modem SBNI16-SHDSL.
     A device is introduced to OS as common ethernet-like netcard which must
     be configured with ifconfig(8) (all standard network interface parameters
     could be set). Modem-specific parameters (master/slave mode, line rate
     etc.) must be set with the sb16config utility before interface activa-
     tion.

DIAGNOSTICS
     sbsh%d: couldn't map memory
     sbsh%d: couldn't map interrupt
     sbsh%d: couldn't set up irq  A fatal initialization error has occurred.

     sbsh%d: unable to load firmware  A fatal error has occurred while
     sb16config running.

     sbsh%d: firmware wasn't loaded  ifconfig...up has failed because device
     hadn't been configured with sb16config.

     sbsh%d: transmit timeout
     sbsh%d: interrupt posted but not delivered  Probably, a hardware error or
     incompatibility.

     sbsh%d: unable to get mbuf
     sbsh%d: unable to get mbuf cluster  The driver failed to allocate a mem-
     ory buffer.

FILES
     The sources for the driver reside in:

     /sys/dev/sbsh/if_sbsh.c
     /sys/dev/sbsh/if_sbshreg.h

SEE ALSO
     arp(4), netintro(4), ifconfig(8), /usr/ports/sysutils/sb16config

HISTORY
     The sbsh device driver first appeared in FreeBSD 4.9.

AUTHORS
     The sbsh driver was written by Denis I. Timofeev <timofeev@granch.ru>.

FreeBSD 4.10                    April 11, 2003                    FreeBSD 4.10

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