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Re: [SLUG] ISDN (OnRamp/Home) experience, anyone?
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- Subject: Re: [SLUG] ISDN (OnRamp/Home) experience, anyone?
- From: enterfornone <enterfornone@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon Jul 10 11:49:20 2000
I'm pretty sure those things just act like a hardware modem, so the
usual Linux dial up stuff should work fine.
On Mon, Jul 10, 2000 at 11:31:48AM +1000, Andrew Reilly wrote:
> Hi Sluggers,
> My Dad's just got himself a brand new ISDN OnRamp/Home service
> from telstra. The connecting box is called an NT1-plus, and
> has two analog phone jacks and a serial port. It comes with a
> CD and "drivers" for Windows, so that's how he's using it for
> dial-up to his Bigpond account.
> That's a bit of a step backwards for him, because in May I set
> him up with a SuSE 6.4 box as gateway, firewall and demand
> dialer, on his analog modem. So now Mum can't share the ISDN
> So, the question: has anyone used Linux to dial out on the
> digital link of one of these beasties? The connection is just
> RS-232, so it must be a simple matter of software...
> Clues? Things to read? URLs?
> Thanks in advance,
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