IIRC Eircom Net (Even the Freebie one) do ISDN, might be worth looking into,
the CD says something about ISDN anyway :o)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Vincent Cunniffe [SMTP:vcunniff at arbgroup.com]
> Sent: Thursday, January 20, 2000 14:39
> To: ilug
> Subject: [ILUG] ISDN?
>> Getting a nice shiny new ISDN socket installed beside the Linux
> box as we speak, and have had a Linux-compatible ISDN card ready
> to rock for the last 3 months... that just leaves the question of
> who to get an account with...
>> So, has anyone any experience of the best ISP's in Dublin who
> will provide 64Kbps ISDN access, and recommendations for/against
> them on the basis of cost, service, and ping time?
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