Quoting "John P. Looney" <valen at tuatha.org>:
> I've been beating my head against a wall trying to get an ISDN card
> working in a linux box.
> when I try a dial, it just prints:
> few times, and in never works for me behind an office switch.
Don't know any of the Linux drivers, and I've only worked with big ISDN, not
Eircom Hi-Speed or whatever...</DISCLAIMER>
Anytime I've seen this (probs behind a switch) it's been due to clock sync -
the ISP / Telecoms provider typically provides clock, so office switches
typically don't. Which means either you have to (in E1, it's just a case of
changing the protocol type) or you tweak the card in the switch to provide
Of course, it could be a _real_ problem...
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