On Fri, Feb 01, 2002 at 07:33:06PM +0000, Mark Finlay wrote:
> He uses isdn and because i've never used it i don't know anything about
> setting it up in linux. The mandrake installer seemed to configure it.
>> But what do you use to dial it? i assume you dont use kppp or wvdial of
> ifup. If anyone could point me in the right direction it would be much
Umm I've never used the internal ISDN modems, and they're another whole
kettle of fish, general info here: http://www.isdn4linux.de/faq/
From what I remember, ippp was used for internal ISDN stuff, don't ask
me how to configure it (yet).
But I DID configure an external ISDN modem. And that was pretty much
*blink* it just worked with wvdial - they pretend to be standard modems
and are really easy to install - though ISTR a mention of performance
issues with them a few days ago.
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