On Wed, Jul 11, 2001 at 01:54:19PM +0100, Niall O Broin wrote:
> tedious (afternoon, Kevin) but ISDN is a synchronous protocol and accessing
> it via an asynchronous port is just braindead esp. now that the major
> distros have integrated ISDN4Linux (I4L) very well and it's really just plug
> and play.
hey, i agree. i just don't know which card to buy. besides, i'll hopefully
have a leased line soon and won't have to worry about it.
> Go with I4L and use an internal TA - about 20 quid from Scan, or for a
> little more, you can get one with an analog port.
one question, can you get the internal ta to do analog faxing (or
record/play voice) or do i still need a modem for those tasks?
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