Re: Std. Serial ports beyond 115K?
My big thing is that I want/need
Dial- & Bandwidth-on-Demand support - very big requirements. I
don't think these little ISDN routers provide the level of control that I
want. (If you know different, please let me know.)
Hi there Kevin :)
The best way to
get the most bang for your ISDN buck is to use an ISDN router. ISDN IN
---> ETHERNET OUT
No RS-232 translation in between.
I could find someone to sell my external BitSurfer, I would probably go with
At 07:34 PM 02/23/1999 -0800, you
I want to connect an
external ISDN to my system using the MB's standard serial ports.
However, everything's telling me I can only push 115K through these
serial ports - far less than the theoretical max of an ISDN TA that does
comments/suggestions on "overclocking" ;-) built-in serial
ports to 230 (or 460) Kbps?
realize that HS serial ports/boards are available, but I don't want to
shell out the money if I don't have to....
Note2: If you can
recommend a good external ISDN TA (North America) or an internal that
supports DialD, I'd love to hear from you.
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