On Tue, Feb 20, 2001 at 10:52:29AM +0000, John P. Looney mentioned:
> I noticed that ISDN makes use of a /usr/lib/isdn/rate-de.dat - and it's
> configured for Germany. Anyone know enough to make up an Irish version of
> this, including stuff like Eircom call charges etc ? Can't read the German
> docs too well...
Ah. Sorta worked it out. Probably some stuff wrong:
[root at manannan isdn]# cat rate-ie.dat
[root at manannan isdn]# cat holiday-ie.dat
Apparently, the B: in the "rate-ie.dat" is;
VBN-Number for provider
This is the number to select this provider and
depends on your country.
Anyone know what that means ? Also, does anyone know what the Eircom
prices are (I guessed) ?
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