WAN Drivers & Documentation

Select a manual or driver set from the list below. If you do not find your product here, there may not be any product information available for that product. If you are looking for ImageStream router manuals, please see our Manuals page. If you are still having difficulties, please contact us for further assistance.

WAN Card Driver Installation Manual: Card_Driver_Install.pdf
Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader Version 3.0 or higher
Hardware: All ISis PCI, ISis cPCI, ISis PMC, RISCom/N2, WANic, and Aries
Last Revision: March 6, 2001

Notes: Added section on bonder (load balancing/link aggregation). Fixed minor errata.

WAN Card Command Reference: Command_Reference.pdf

Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader Version 3.0 or higher
Hardware: All ImageStream Industrial and Pro Series Routers and WAN cards
Last Revision: April 11, 2002

Notes: Added multiplexing commands, new service-module e1 commands. Fixed minor errata.

WANic/Aries/Maxim/RISCom WAN card drivers

Linux 2.4 Kernels Supported by Drivers
Linux 2.4.20 (and later kernels)

Linux 2.6 Kernels Supported by Drivers
Linux 2.6.12 (and later kernels)

Driver source code is now available for the 440, 520 and 530 series cards.
ImageStream WAN card customers with 440, 520 or 530 series cards should use the installation script in the source code archive to compile drivers for their specific kernels.
Download the source code from ftp://ftp.imagestream.com/pub/inetics

Support for 400, 500, 600, 800, 1000 and 1100 series cards

As a free service, ImageStream will provide autocompiled driver sets for your specific kernel. No precompiled binaries are available. Use the get_includes.sh script to create a tarred, gzipped archive of your kernel headers. E-mail header archives to support@imagestream.com.

The get_includes.sh script assumes that your kernel headers are:
  • installed on the system
  • used to compile your kernel
  • located in /usr/src/linux/include

    If your kernel source tree is not located in /usr/src/linux/include, you can specify the location of the source tree on the system using this syntax:

    get_includes.sh <path to source tree>
    for example:

    get_includes.sh /usr/local/include
    NOTE: Users may have to recompile after installing kernel headers, if using precompiled kernel images.

    An ImageStream engineer will submit your headers for automatic driver compilation. A customized driver set will be mailed to you. Please note: Standard hourly technical support fees apply for all services other than automated compilation.

    E-mail support@imagestream.com for more information.

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    Envoy: 4.4.1-30
    Others: 4.4.1-30

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