Re: ISDN Support
> The problem is the D-channel
> protocol. They are not very much standardized. Europe has a few national
> ones and DSSS1 aka Euro ISDN, the USA have two one of which is NI-1.
> There is work underway to integrate NI-1 in isdn4linux. This would make
> many passive cards work with Linux in the USA too.
> It's a bit different with active cards that manage the D-channel protocol
> by themselves, but there are only two supported, ICN (also a European
> brand, and I suppose they only talk the German national protocol and the
> European one) and Spellcaster.
> Canada probably has a National ISDN protocol of it's own....
Ahhhh..... Don't you just love "standards"?
Thanks for the info.
Edmondson Roper CA
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