Subject: Re: Small, cheap systems...
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Brad Spencer <email@example.com>
Date: 03/03/2001 20:58:56
> P.S. The fixed fee for ISDN in Germany is a bit less than the fee for 2
Unfortunately, despite my family name, I'm a native of the U.S.A. ISDN
didn't look too attractive when I was choosing a new ISP a couple of years
ago. (And the NetBSD ISDN support is presently only useful in Europe,
isn't it?) I hope to go to DSL or cable-modem after I move, this summer.
If I don't, or can't, then I'll probably stick to dial-up.
"I probably don't know what I'm talking about." --firstname.lastname@example.org
Although it probably does not count as "cheap", the Ascend Pipeline series
of ISDN bridge/routers will do a fine job in the U.S. dealing with ISDN.
NetBSD need not be involved at all, in that case.
Brad Spencer - email@example.com
http://anduin.eldar.org - & - http://anduin.ipv6.eldar.org [IPv6 only]
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