Any time I've needed a real modem, I've always gone with a multitech
(http://www.multitech.com/). They a bit pricey, (it's been a couple of
years since I last needed a modem for anything) but their kit is solid
and reliable and works.
On Sat, Dec 20, 2008 at 7:46 PM, Lisa Muir <34.24.34 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Guys,
>> I'm looking for a linux compatible "real modem" for the PCI bus.
>> Is there any way to determine from a modems description if it is in
> fact a real modem, eg, HSF etc would immediately spell "winmodem" to
> me, but does V.92 mean real modem? or can a winmodem be V.92 also?
>> I've found a local supplier who can provide this modem, but with no
> guarantees on it being a real / soft modem:
>http://www.usr-emea.com/support/s-prod-template.asp?loc=unkg&prod=5671>> Or does anybody know of a model number of an Intel based modem which
> is a "real" modem which I can search for with vendors??
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