> The D in ISDN means digital. I.E. it connects @ 64k or not at all.
> What TA are you using? You need a fast serial connection to it to take
> advantage of the full speed (note 115Kbaud = 92Kbps after framing bits
> etc. is much less than 128Kbps, and things gets way worse if
> (standard ISDN) compression is used)). Of course if you don't use
> terminal emulation (an internal card), then this isn't an issue.
Sorry, didnt explain myself properly. I know ISDN connects at 64k or not at
all. What I was looking for was some way to monitor the status of the
connection. The isdn box will be used for connection sharing, so I needed
someway to check the connection and report the status to a windows user.
John mentioned imon, which isnt exactly what im looking for but imontty
should do the trick along with a few scripts.
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