On Tue, Jun 18, 2002 at 10:57:47AM +0100, Martin wrote:
>> Does anyone know how I could find out what speed my isdn line is connecting
> at ?
ISDN channels always connect at the one speed (64Kbps) or not at all. If one
line is connected you have a 64K connection, if two are connected you have a
> Also is there a way to check if one or both lines are connected without
> disrupting the connection?
>imon should tell you which lines are connected, and to where. This can
be left running and you will see lines connecting/disconnecting on it.
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