ilug-admin at linux.ie wrote:
>> On Thu, 3 Feb 2000 12:28:57 +0000
> Vincent Murphy <murphyv at student.cs.ucc.ie> wrote:
> | on http://www.scan.co.uk/modems.htm there's a ISDN TA described as
> | "ASUS-ISDN PCI 128K ISDN Adaptor with Analogue Port" for 38 pounds sterling.
>> | has anybody used one of these with linux? and what's the analogue port for?
>> If it's like every other TA I've ever used, it's for plugging analog devices
> into :). (i.e. handset, fax, modem).
It is listed as being compatible with Linux (it bloody well better be,
coz I bought one ;-) and the analogue port is exactly the same as on a
modem : it's an analogue passthrough that you can plug a phone, modem
or fax machine into.
Now if only the tossers in Eircom would install the ISDN line : currently
4 months late and holding.
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