LineControl Clients allow you to remotely control the lines (e.g., internet connections) of a server running LineControl Server. xlc (X LineControl Client) supports controlling of multiple lines/automatic hangup, and has a small floating window displaying throughput information.
|Tags||Internet Networking Monitoring|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: A segfault that occurred when reading a config file that didn't contain MySQL- related settings was fixed. The default config file is now "~/.xlc.cfg" instead of none.
Release Notes: It's now possible to get asked for a name if an incoming ISDN number was not mapped to a name by the server. If you specify a name for the displayed number, it will be added directly by the client to the MySQL address book.
Release Notes: Many bugfixes were made, and a label in the xlcm minidisp has been added, which is usually hidden, but drops down for about 15 seconds when an incoming ISDN is detected.
Release Notes: The correct status for all lines is now downloaded on startup.
Release Notes: This release adds a watchdog which reconnects to the server when your machine resumes from suspended mode. Sending commands is now done via a fifo buffer. XLC should support manipulation of ISDN channels now. The protocol has been updated to LCP 3.3, so you need at least linesrv 2.1.3 (at the time of this release, you have to take the CVS version; an official release will follow soon.).