Having a bit of a problem with my ISDN TA. Its a Hayes Accura ISDN-TA and its a
USB device. I've got RedHat 8.0 installed on my machine with Kernel 2.4.18-14.
From what I can see USB support is built in the the kernel and the /dev/usb
structure is there.
As I understand it, to RedHat, my USB TA is a effectively a modem and so I
should configure it as such when setting up my internet connection.
My problem is - how do I know which device file to use under /dev/usb? Theres a
rake of them in there - from auer0 to lp0 to hiddev0 etc....
Any help appreciated?
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