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  • acctsum
    acctsum summarizes process accounting and ISDN log data.
  • CapiSuite
    CapiSuite is an ISDN application for Linux using the new CAPI interface. It contains support for sending/receiving of analog fax and voice calls and is freely scriptable.
  • gisdn
    gisdn is a GTK/X11-port of the popular imon/imontty-programs. It shows you information about all your ISDN-lines. Above imon(tty) it features a remote monitoring service. When combined with a simple inetd-server, it allows you to monitor remote ISDN-enabled machines.
  • gnome-isdn
    gnome-isdn is a Gnome 2 applet for managing internet providers and connections via ISDN.
  • Gvbox
    Gvbox is a graphical frontend to vboxd. Vboxd is part of the isdn4linux answering machine system. Incoming calls are processed and recorded by vboxgetty, and the daemon vboxd provides network access to the voice message spool directory. A client program is used to list the messages in the spool directory and to play them. Gvbox is a X-Window application written in C++, using GTK-- for the user interface. It's developed for Linux systems and currently it doesn't rely on GNOME.
  • ibargraph
    ibargraph shows the current throughput on an ISDN line as LED bar graph with LCDProc.
  • isdn2h323
    isdn2h323 is a Linux based H.323 - ISDN gateway. Features include: ISDN and H.323 users can initiate a connection. The number of simultaneous incoming and outgoing calls is limited by the number of available ISDN channels only. H.323 users can specify the ISDN number of the other party.
  • isdnadmin
    isdnadmin can control, configure and monitor isdn4linux supported ISDN cards on computers running Linux. isdnadmin can be used from X-Windows, terminal or a Web browser, and give the same full control from all UI modes. This is possible because of the the linuxconf dialog concept. isdnadmin is an UI frontend for isdn4net & isdn4linux, and give access to the most of the functionality in these tools.
  • ISDNgc
    ISDNgc a suite of simple programs written in C++.
  • IVAM
    ISDN Voice Answering Machine is a clean, robust, extensible rewrite of vbox, vbox3, and vgetty for ISDN cards supported by isdn4linux.
  • ivam2
    ivam2 is an automatic phone answering machine software for ISDN and Linux. It is the completely rewritten successor of ivam featuring many additions.
  • ivcall
    ivcall is a small utility which may be used to make automated telephone calls with your isdn4linux supported ISDN card. Outgoing calls are supported as well as incoming calls. The audio data recieved from the peer is written to STDOUT, audio data read from STDIN is send to the peer. The audio data is in raw 8 bit uLaw 8 KHz format, without any headers.
  • KEasyISDN
    KEasyISDN is a frontend to 'isdnctrl' and a simple online counter. The program depends on an working ISDN-configuration. It makes it easy, to handle up to 5 providers and to connect to them.
  • KFli4L
    KFli4L is a control panel for the Linux floppy ISDN router, fli4l. It allows for viewing the status and controlling the operation of the router through a window with several tabs. It also docks into the system tray, and provides a traffic monitor to visualize the actual net load.
  • Kisdndial
    Kisdndial is an applet for the KDE 2.x Kicker. It can establish ISDN dial-up connections as well as show the status of existing connections.
  • KIsdnmon
    KIsdnmon is an ISDN monitoring tool which allows you to have incoming calls displayed with a small popup window.
  • KIsdnmon-daRav
    KIsdnmon-daRav is a panel applet for monitoring ISDN-Lines and interfaces on your machine or on a Linux gateway on your network.
  • rh-isdn
    rh-isdn consists of a few scripts and documentation to set up ISDN on RedHat written with a little bit of inspiration by isdn4net and the SuSE-startup-files.
  • tkdial
    tkdial is a tool for starting dialup connections for ISDN.
  • wmisdn
    wmisdn is a WindowMaker dock applet that monitors the i4l ISDN subsystem and lets the user start/stop/disable a ppp connection on a specified device.
  • Xip
    Xip is a linuxconf module working as a frontend to the isdn4linux system.

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