John Ronan wrote:
> Morning folks... I'll not expect a reply for a few hours...
My excuse is I'm getting Word documents to work in a web mail
environment (Horde/IMP). With pictures too. Nearly there.
> I've a 3COM ISDN Pro TA, and I'm wondering how to
> run it as fast as I can on my serial ports which
> are 16550A's.. I assumed that I could use Setserial
> to set this up, which I thought I had done, but I
> don't seem to be able to get anywhere near that....
You shouldn't need any messing with setserial to get 115200 out of the
serial ports, and the ports should be perfectly capable of keeping up
with that speed. More is possible with add-on serial cards, some of
which have 16750 chips (64 byte FIFO as opposed to 16) and the option to
clock them four times faster, for 460kbit/sec. I don't know what the
3COM kit will support.
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