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Date:      Tue, 20 Aug 1996 13:56:05 +0000
From:      Matthew Kott <kottm@pfizer.co.jp>
To:        questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   FreeBSD Server as ISDN Router
Message-ID:  <3219C3F5.2C3A@pfizer.co.jp>

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I am not certain if I am being really stupid asking this, however no 
really harm in asking..

I would like to know if there is any software, or anyone knows of a way 
that a server running FreeBSD can be used as an ISDN Internet router.

Reason for asking:
At home I have more then one computer, plus my wife has a computer. WE 
both access Internet quite often for various reasons. Currently if we 
both want to access internet at the same time we have a problem. We are 
planning to install ISDN, however this does not solve the problem of not 
being able to access at the same time. The first suggestion will 
probably be get anther phone line, however a new phone line costs $800 
here in Japan... which is around the cost of things like the Netopia 
Router or other similar products... If I could use my FreeBSD server as 
the router it woudl be the lest costly solution...

Thanks in advance.
Matthew Kott



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