Vincent Cunniffe wrote:
>> With a standard ISDN socket, as provided by Telecom Eireann, you
> get a wall-mounted unit which has two sockets, each with it's own
> phone number.
>> If you have an ISDN TA which is capable of doing 128k, can it run
> over a single socket (i.e. can it access both B-channels over a
> single cat5 cable) or does it need to have both sockets connected
> to it via two cobales?
It uses both channels over the one socket.
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