DeTeWe Analogadapter TA33 - zum Anschluss von 3 analogen Endgeräten, damit können Sie Ihre alten Telefone, Faxe etc. auch bei Umstieg auf ISDN weiterhin verwenden
siehe was Suse beschreibt :
You want to connect to the Internet with your ISDN terminal adapter using wvdial. If you own a PBX with computer interface for the Internet, skip to the section --> 'Note for PBX'.
ISDN terminal adapters behave slightly differently than normal analog modems. They need special commands to handle the point-to-point-protocol.
Therefore, the modem configuration as described in the manual (chapter Configuration of wvdial) must be adjusted.
Do not use the automatic modem detection, which could be launched
* since SuSE 6.2 with YaST, menu item System administration -> Network configuration -> Configure a PPP network -> Autodetect Modem
* in SuSE 6.1 with the command wvdialconf /etc/wvdial.
SuSE Linux Version 6.3 or higher
Launch YaST and choose the menu
* System administration ->
* Network configuration ->
* Configure a PPP network ->
* Configure the current profile ->
* Expert menu ->
* (Standard-Analog-Modem/non-ISDN) Modem Type (analog modem/ISDN)
and select your terminal adapter.
Then adjust the name of the serial device using the item Serial Port:.
All further configuration steps should be done as described in the manual.
If your terminal adapter is not included in the list, enter the initstrings manually in the Expert menu.
For the first inittstring, the AT command that switches the terminal adapter to the asynchronous PPP mode must embedded in the following way: AT&F<PPP-AT-command>. The second initstring is emtpy.
The <PPP-AT-command> is not standardized and depends on the adapter type. Refer to the manual of the terminal adapter. Often it can be found with the keyword asyncPPP.
For example, the <PPP-AT-command> of the models ELSA MicroLink ISDN-EU and ELSA MicroLink ISDN Internet
is $IBP=HDLCP. Therefore the first initstring is
Init String 1 (sent to modem first): "AT&F$IBP=HDLCP"
Find a list of known initstrings below.
We would appreciate feedback about your initstring, if it is not listed below.
* ISDN-TA should not be confused with a PBX with an integrated ISDN card. With the exception of the Hagenuk Speed/Viper-Dragon, PBXs use a proprietary protocol for communication over the serial line and the vendors do not offer a driver for Linux. Therefore, these PBXs cannot be used with Linux.
Known PBXs are
o Eumex 308 PC
o Eumex 404 PC
o Eumex 504 PC
o Eumex 321 xi
o Eumex 322 PCi
o AVM Fritz!XPC
o Dr. Neuhaus Triccy Data LCR
o Telekom Teledat USB 2a/b
o DeTeWe, TA 33 USB
The same applies to the following USB terminal adapter
o Elsa MicroLink ISDN USB