Subject: PPP router performance using internal modems
To: None <>
From: J. Michael McDermott <>
List: current-users
Date: 01/24/1994 14:46:12
We are contemplating putting together a PPP router using NetBSD.  I'm
trying to find out how many (i.e., up to the PC COM port limit of 4)
full-bandwidth (56 kbps) V.32 BIS dial-in lines can be supported by a
386-25 using internal modems (of course with 16650's).  I'd also like
to find out which internal modems work & which are known to have problems
working under NetBSD.  I suppose that if we can't get the intended
performance using internal modems, we could buy the Hayes ESP
card or an intelligent multi-port async card & use external modems.
Thanks in advance.

Michael McDermott, Data General Corp.	UUCP:	..!uunet!spsd!mcdermott
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