I have a trust mickey mouse isdn internal pci, does 128K, but so far have
only used single channel. Its well good enough for me.
Likkle trick I learned, when your proxy starts getting slow, clear the
cache, seems drastic but everythings is noticeably faster, Ireland.com came
up like I have a 2Mbit connection. (mind you, was all in cache but impressed
I transferred my proxy to the firewall, I have a "dodgy 9GB hot-plug scsi
drive" that I use for the cache, if it all blows up, it doesn't mater, just
create the cache again.
PC World have Eicon and Hayes ISDN/serial (external) and also internal.
Maplin have Allied Data internal ISDN (no externals in stock)
Beyond 2000 no longer seem to stock Eicon, alas. They do have the standalone
3com thingy that runs its own DHCP on the 'inside' of the connection
CompuStore stock some Trust kit, but I don't know if it's Linux-friendly.
Waider. Not that I was shopping around or anything.
waider at dspsrv.com / Chances are I'm not at home right now.
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