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SubjectRe: which ISDN devices work with Linux?
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> 
>
> Hi,
>
> I'm wandering If anyone can tell me for sure which ISDN Internal
> cards work with Linux, I'm not too worried about price, but maybe a list
> of them would be great?
>
> Thanks,
> Alex
>
>

You might want to consider external otherwise it uses 2 IRQ's (One for each
channel) whew external only uses the 1 for the com-port. Plus you don't
have to do anything special to your kernel...

Robert
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