I'm looking for a reliable internal ISDN terminal adapter to use in a
machine which is acting as a gateway for a small office. Not having much
of a clue about what constitutes a decent ISDN ta, I was hoping someone
could give me some advice on what to get.
If it runs under Linux, that would be great. If it ran under FreeBSD, that
would be even better, as that is what the machine runs at present. The
ISDN part of the FreeBSD hardware.txt file is not being hugely helpful.
Also, ordering such a device from England or mainland Europe shouldn't
cause any problems, should it?
thanks in advance,
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