Installing TDM400P for ASTERISK Server

Posted on 2006-05-03
Last Modified: 2008-01-09
Hi, I'm trying to intall a TDM400P on a Dell 1800 Poweredge server with Centos 4.0 Installed with Asterisk.  When I physically connect the TDM card and boot the server, Kudzu runs and ask me to configure a Tiger 3xx Modem, is this correct?

If not, how do I go about installing the TDM400P?

note:  I'm a linux noobie.

Thanks in advance.
Question by:jetli87
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    Have a look at

    Basically you dont want Kudzu to configure the card as it requires its own special driver (zaptel) for use with asterisk.
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    I'll try it out, thanks for the help in advance grblades!
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    thanks grblades, worked like a charm!

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