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- System Process: No
- Background Process: Yes
- Application Process:No
- Common Path:
C:\ Windows\ System\ linksts.exe
- Uses Network:Yes
- Uses Internet:Yes
The linksts.exe file is the system tray icon installed after the installation of the device driver for the ASUSCOM ISDNLink 128K PnP Adapter. This tray icon provides settings, configuration, and monitoring functions for the ISDNLink Adapter.
The ISDNLink Adapter driver together with the CAP120 driver, two virtual COM ports, and the NDISWAN Miniport driver will be installed. The driver will automatically start even without rebooting the system.
After installation, the linksts.exe process displays the ISDNLink line status (D, B1, and B2 channels) in the taskbar. The color of the icon depends upon the status of the ISDNLink line:
Red means the driver is loaded, failed or there is no device
Yellow means the driver is successfully loaded and is waiting for connection
Green means the driver is successfully loaded and an application is attached
When the mouse cursor is hovered above the icon, the linksts.exe file will display the driver name, the driver version number, and the name of the ISDN card being monitored. When the cursor is moved to the icon, right click will show you 4 items in the selection list such as Configuration, Line Test, Log (ISDN Monitor), and Exit.
The configuration item in the linksts.exe application allows you to configure the following properties:
Alias Name shows the ISDN device name (changeable)
ID - shows the CAPI application ID as well as the reason why the ISDN driver is unable to run
Interface - displays the ISDN interface (S/T or U interface)
BUS displays the PC bus type (ISA or PCI bus)
Type displays if the ISDN device is internal or external device,
and if it is Active or Passive type
POTS Port - displays how many POTS port are supported by the ISDN device
Provide Tone displays if TONE is provided or not of the device
Resource displays the resource assigned by Windows
SWITCH displays the ISDN switch type (changeable)
SPID1/2 - shows the SPID1 and SPID2 (changeable)
PTP mode - sets the ISDN line as point to point mode; otherwise, leave it blank as default
X.25 on D - enables driver to provide X.25 on D channel service and specifies the TEI value
MSN List - input MSN to be a MSN list; leave blank if your local ISDN line provider does not provide the service
Additional linksts.exe Info:
Part of: ASUSCOM ISDNLink driver, Author URL: http://www/asuscom.com.tw, File Created by: ASUSCOM Network, Inc.
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