On Sun, Apr 08, 2001 at 12:30:07PM -0000, Michael Treacy wrote:
> Just curious - has anyone any experience of using Eircom's Hi-Speed service
> with Linux and also Surf-Nolimits (SNL)?
Lots of people here using these services with Linux - they both work fine.
> Will the ISDN modem work with Linux? Will SNL allow you to access at 128k or
> even at 64k?
Linux works just fine with most internal & external ISDN terminal adapters
(they're not modems, although the external models work just like a modem as
far as Linux is concerned) but SNL is strictly analog access only, and as
Esat are no longer accepting new customers for SNL and are reportedly even
considering cancelling the service altogether because it is uneconomic, it
seems unlikely that they will be extending it to ISDN accesss :-)
Niall O Broin
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