Subject: Re: X.21 anyone
To: email@example.com, Jan-Hinrich Fessel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: None <email@example.com>
Date: 07/02/1997 00:54:01
> > Is there a way to connect a leased line that is delivered as X.21?
> > Are there any X.21 interfaces for any affordable Hardware available i.e, is
> > there any card for the i396 that is supported by NetBSD?
> > And if not, is there a V.35 card anywhere that drives 2 Mbit?
> > And, is there any HDLC driver for serial/X.21/V.35 interfaces? I must be able
> > to speak to a cisco...
> Don't forget, the Cisco routers' implementation of HDLC is somewhat
> proprietary. About the only thing that Cisco does in the "standard" way
> is to frame the packets...
Of course, any current cisco will do PPP, and at my last job
18 months ago at <A HREF="http://www.cpm.com.my/"> Computer
Protocol </A> in Malaysia, we had a dual X.21 card that ran
sync ppp on netbsd at the time that spoke to a cisco
perfectly well (used a cisco to debug the ppp driver against,
actually :-) you could check and see if they still sell it.
Ronald Khoo <firstname.lastname@example.org> Voice: +44 181 371 1000 Fax: +44 181 371 1150