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Old 02-27-2002
ISDN on Linux..will it work?

Hi everyone!

I going to change from a 56k modem to a ISDN connection and was wondering if this will work under Linux and what i would need to get it up and running ? (on Mandrake 8.0)..

thanx in advance..

grtz phaelanx
Smilie
# 2  
Old 02-28-2002
You may very well already have everything you need, as long as the kernel recognizes your ISDN device.

Check out this page:
http://www.mandrakesoft.com/products/80/standard

Look about 1/2 way down the page at the "Internet Wizards" section.
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Old 02-28-2002
Tools Thanx!

(I also posted this reply as a new thread.. Smilie Hence it is excactly the same..)

I looked there and my kernel supports ISDN..

Finally i can reap the benefits of the digital network that is know as ISDN.. Smilie


Bye!
# 4  
Old 03-01-2002
Phaelanx,

ISDN works perfectly under Linux. The problem we did ran into was that linux did not support active ISDN modems.
( maybe this is no issue anymore ). There are good faqs floating around to get it working.
Is see that you are a Dutch member. As Belgian member, i had the luck that there is a Belgian Linux FAQ.
It covers ISDN configuration for Belgium. This may also be of use to you.

good luck.
# 5  
Old 03-01-2002
Computer Howdy Neighbour!

(toch maar in het engelsSmilie

Thanx for the tip! Is this forum on this site or on another? If so, please post the URL..

btw: they just delivered my isdn-kit..
i'm going to have a look in the box now
If something goes wrong you'll be the first to know.. Smilie

Bye!
 

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