SAN(4) BSD Kernel Interfaces Manual SAN(4)
san -- Sangoma Technologies AFT T1/E1 network device
san* at pci?
The san device driver supports the Sangoma Technologies Inc AFT Series
Network cards. This includes the following models:
Sangoma AFT A101 PCI
Sangoma AFT A102 PCI
The following media types and options (as given to ifconfig(8)) are sup-
Configure Sangoma card for T1, B8ZS, ESF, all channels
Configure Sangoma card for T1, AMI, ESF, all channels.
Configure Sangoma card for E1, HDB3, NCRC4, all channels.
Configure Sangoma card for E1, AMI, NCRC4, all channels.
If no media options are present, the san driver places the card into
default mode (T1, B8ZS, ESF, all channels).
Use ifconfig(8) to change the timeslot range for this card. The follow-
ing format is supported:
# ifconfig san0 timeslot all
Enable all channels for this card.
# ifconfig san0 timeslot 1-10
Enable channels 1-10 for this card.
# ifconfig san0 timeslot 1-10.14-15.20
Enable channels 1-10, 14-15 and 20 for this card.
If the timeslot option is not present, the san driver configures the card
to use all the channels.
san0: couldn't map memory A fatal initialization error has occurred.
san0: No PCI memory allocated for CPU #B A fatal initialization error
san0: couldn't map interrupt A fatal initialization error has occurred.
san0: IRQ not allocated A fatal initialization error has occurred.
ifmedia(4), pci(4), hostname.if(5), ifconfig(8)
The san device driver first appeared in OpenBSD 3.6.
The san device driver and this manual page were written by Alex Feldman.
There is no hardware documentation.
There appears to be a memory corruption bug during device initialization.
Since Sangoma stopped supporting the driver, it is unlikely that these
bugs will be fixed.
BSD January 15, 2015 BSD