Thanks very much for your responses, 14 so far, that's 13 more than all
the other newsgroups put together :-)
It seems that the *best* way to do this is to use an ISDN router (4 port
hub with ISDN/POTS connections), this is what the majority suggest. It
seems the reason for this is that no drivers are required, just a LAN
connection. Configuration can be set via either http or telnet.
There also seems to be quite a few companies offering products that will
suit, although the
Ascend Pipeline 50 @ http://www.ascend.com/1707.html
seems to be the most popular choice.
Netgear RH328 or RH348
3 Com Livingston office router
I haven't been able to find any UK prices yet.
A useful link is http://alumni.caltech.edu/~dank/isdn/isdn_hw.html
Of course some people also feel that ISDN may not be the way to go, with
ADSL and cable modems on the horizon (but not in my area :-(,
multilinking 2x56K modems to an ISP is also a possibility, although I
don't think my ISP would allow this.
----- Original Message -----
From: Andrew C. Holmes
Sent: Thursday, October 07, 1999 4:00 PM
Subject: Solaris x86 and ISDN
I am after an ISDN (ISDN/2e) set-up for home (read cheap). Has anybody
experience/suggestions for hardware that I could use. I haven't had
luck on any other groups. It seems like an internal card may be out of
question as no drivers seem to be available
I will summarise as I have been asked to pass any information on to
groups, seems like I'm not alone.
ps. Please be gentle, this is my 1st posting.
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