I am getting home highway installed & plan using ISDN on Linux. My
usual dealer has Genius pci ISDN described as:
<<Speed Surfer. The easy to use PCI ISDN-Card - High-speed 128Kbps
for Internet access, supports both CAPI 2.0 and NDIS WAN mini port
PPP, X.75, T.70NL, ISO 8208, T.90 and HDLC transperent protocol on
B-channels. PnP for Windows 95, 98 and NT 4.0. Very easy to install
and user friendly.>>
Has anyone any experience of using it with Linux, I was planning to set
up a new Mandrake box since 7.1 had been fine to play with.
any help comments appreciated.
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