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Date:      Thu, 7 Dec 1995 10:05:21 -0700 (MST)
From:      Barnacle Wes <wes@intele.net>
To:        questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: 2.1 support for isdn
Message-ID:  <199512071705.KAA15193@intele.net>
In-Reply-To: <Pine.OSF.3.91.951207083852.19246A-100000@abernathy.tenet.edu> from "Blake Fisher" at Dec 7, 95 08:45:15 am

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> Hi I was thinking about setting up a bbs system with FreeBSD2.0.5 or 2.1.
> To cut down multiple phone line costs I was considering one isdn line 
> .First.. if I get the recommended card (Dr. Neuhaus ?card) can more than
> one client call up the system thru the isdn system at one time. Second ...
> does the client also need an isdn line or can they use a regular modem to 
> dial in to the isdn system. Thanks for any help on this ... Blake

Would it be easier/more effective/less hassle to use an ISDN Brouter
plugged into your LAN?  I know the basics of what ISDN is, the channel
characteristics and such, but am not really up on exactly how it is
used in the BSD world.

If I were connecting to a local ISP via ISDN, could I typically just
buy a Brouter that understands TCP/IP over ISDN and plug it into my
LAN?

-- 
   Wes Peters	| Yes I am a pirate, two hundred years too late
    Softweyr 	| The cannons don't thunder, there's nothing to plunder
   Consulting	| I'm an over forty victim of fate...
 wes@intele.net	|					Jimmy Buffet



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