Is there any way that a machine on a network with an ISDN line (say with a
Static IP from the ISP or something) can be made accessable from the outside
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> X-BeenThere: ilug at linux.ie>> Sascha Luck wrote:
> > Justin Mason wrote:
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> > > Does anyone know which (if any) of the Irish ISPs support this? It's the
> > > "always-on" support for ISDN which uses the D channel for low-bandwidth
> > > signalling, so you can bring up the ISDN line when an external user hits
> > > your line.
>> Call me a luser for following up on myself but here's an update.
> Definitely NO but only b/c Telecom Eireann doesn't support it ATM.
> Technically, no prob.
> TE says they MAY support it at one time.
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