ISDN TA recommendations
joe at pavilion.net
Wed Jan 26 23:22:45 GMT 2000
On Wed, Jan 26, 2000 at 11:13:49PM +0000, Dominic Mitchell wrote:
> Well, if you don't fancy opening up your PC (I'm in lazy mode at the
> moment :), then I don't think the Ascend pipeline 50's are much more
> expensive than some of the options that other people have mentioned.
> I've use them quite extensively at work for a branch network and they're
> pretty good. I've had uptimes of >1yr. Because they're an ISDN router
> that plugs into your ethernet (you don't have ethernet? Aacck!) they're
> pretty nippy too.
Pipes are pretty good; we've been using them on customer sites for years.
If you get a Pipe75 you even get a couple of POTS ports (plain old telephone
system) so you can plug a modem and/or a phone in for free :)
Josef Karthauser FreeBSD: Take the red pill and we'll show you just how
Technical Manager deep the rabbit hole goes. (http://www.uk.freebsd.org)
Pavilion Internet plc. [joe at pavilion.net, joe at freebsd.org, joe at tao.org.uk]
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