ilug-admin at linux.ie wrote:
>>http://www.linux.ie/Articles/NaasCBS.html>> I think the problem with the ISDN could be the 486. It probably doesn't
> use a 16450 UART (I think) and that slows serial connections down to
> something like 38,400bps AFAIR.
> You could solve it by getting a cheap pentium, or somehow plugging your
> ISDN TA into a network card on the 486.. (cross over cable I think it's
Or get an internal ISDN TA : there are a good few of them available,
they're plugged straight into the PCI bus, and they're considerably
cheaper than their external cousins.
Usual caveats about lack of visual feedback and ability to powercycle
while debugging, but this isn't likely to be an issue for a 'kick it
under the desk' style server.
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