The “Drivers” for Sangoma Dialogic D4 and JCT series boards are more than just a typical Windows driver you may be familiar with. Sangoma Dialogic uses a “System Release”, which is a package of drivers and software used to run your board. When you install the System Release, the Windows drivers for the boards are installed as well as an application called “Sangoma Dialogic Configuration Manager (DCM)”. This is used to detect boards in the system and adjust basic settings on the boards. Most analog boards (such as the D4 series, D41JCT, D120JCT) will not need any adjustments to their settings here, but often times a T1/E1/PRI board will need a protocol defined. You always want to run the DCM once after installing a new board, as it detects the board and makes it available for your software application to use.
It is important to check with your application provider before installing a System Release. While most application providers support the latest System Release, you always want to follow the application provider’s recommendation for which version of the System Release to install.
We’ve provided links to the latest System Release for Windows and the latest System Release for Linux.