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SubjectRe: which ISDN devices work with Linux?
On Tue, 5 Aug 1997 logic@virtual.concept2000.net.au wrote:
> 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?

http://www.muc.de/~hm/linux/linux-isdn.html

is a good place to start. There is a FAQ that suggests several cards.
AFAIR, you shouldn't use the AVM (Fritz) cards, because the developers
don't disclose the specs and so the timer couldn't be disabled, causing a
lot of interrupts.

I personally use Teles 16.3, cheap, working fine and I don't have to use
the toll intensive software update hotline like WinDOS users ;-)

(Did you know that noone is allowed to put the drivers on his
FTP/WWW-Server? They want their customers to use their 0190-hotline, where
they earn from the telephone tolls!)

Kurt

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