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- Wanpipe Driver
- Wanpipe Feature Overview
- Wanpipe Announcements
- Linux Driver Download
- Windows Driver Download
- Wanpipe Driver RPM Build
- Wanpipe API
- Wanpipe WAN IP
- Wanpipe How To
- Wanpipe Debugging
- AFT Firmware Files
- Media Transcoding
- Voicetime (UT50/51) Driver
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Legacy API Configuration
|HDLC||Wanpipe API Using HDLC||Linux HDLC API|
|SDLC||Wanpipe API Using SDLC||SDLC API|
|Frame Relay||Wanpipe API Using Frame Relay||Frame Relay API|
|ATM||Wanpipe Using ATM||ATM (AAL5) (Linux ATM Stack)|
|LAPB||Wanpipe API Using LAPB||LAPB API (Linux)|
|X25||Wanpipe API Using X25||MPAPI X25 (Linux)|
|MTP2 (SS7)||Wanpipe MTP2 API||SS7 MTP2 API|
Additional Data Mode Info
For each protocol click to view Installation, Configuration and Operation Documents.
Note: S514 cards are End of Life
- LIP: Link Interface Protocol Stack
LIP is a Sangoma Protocol Stack designed to separate WAN/API Protocols from AFT/S514 Hardware drivers. Furthermore, LIP Protocol stack is OS in depended and supports Binary Protocols.
Any protocol within the LIP layer can work with both AFT and S514 cards.
Legacy protocols not in LIP layer can only work with legacy S514 cards.
- MPAPI: Multi-Protocol API (Linux only)
MPAPI Stack was written for X25/LAPB protocol.
MPAPI X25 can run on multiple S514 ports (Primary and Secondary).
The LIP stack was based on the MPAPI stack.