I have a couple of internal ISDN cards I could sell you cheap still in their
boxes, never used, less than a year old and Linux compatible. They cost £48
sterling new from DABS ... yours for Euro 20 each plus P+P or pick it up from
I mentioned it on the list a few weeks ago but had no takers
Manufacturer : EICON
Product : Diva v2.0 ISDN PCI
On Monday 11 October 2004 11:22, Ciaran Mac Lochlainn wrote:
My ISDN terminal adapter (a Winbond PCI card which worked with the HiSax
driver) has given up the ghost and I probably need to replace it.
Unfortunately the supplier I bought it from no longer stocks these
cards, and their replacement doesn't work with Linux. Or at least, the
specs don't say it works, and they don't show the chipset.
Question zero, for experts on Linux ISDN: If a TA gives you error code
E001B under Linux, and when you try it in a Win XP box it makes the box
reboot each time you try to dial out, if it definitely fscked?
Question one: Does anyone have experiences, good bad or indifferent,
using a "Mentor PCI ISDN Adapter" under Linux?
Question two: Can anyone recommend a not-too-expensive card which works
with the stock Linux kernel modules, and a supplier for said card?
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