According to Enda:
> Unison dont admit to supporting ISDN, have never tried it personally,
> Oceanfree definately supports dual channel. Do yourself a favour if your
> going to do the dual channel, use iBod to control it
> (http://www.compound.se/ibod.html), only bring it up when the load is higher
> than the single channel's bandwidth, save you a packet on call charges.
Hmm. Most of the ISDN toys I've played with (not many, admitedly) have AT
commands to manage this for you. For instance, my Hayes Accura has AT%P
frobs that allow you to define various thresholds such as 'don't kick
the second line if I'm only hitting peaks intermittently'.
Re: providers, elive (based in Limerick, evidently, but with a Dublin POP,
and kicking their data via uu.net) have served me quite well since I
discovered them. Dual channel, free access, almost zero contention. Of
course, now that I've told you all, I'm sure the latter will change...
No 1891 number as yet, but that's what I get for using a free dialup,
waider at dspsrv.com / Chances are I'm not at home right now.
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