Re: Enhancing my UDBs

Przemek Klosowski (przemek@rrdjazz.nist.gov)
Fri, 8 Nov 1996 11:04:49 -0500

From: "Wang, Philip (NJAOST)" <PWang@NJAOST.ML.com>

(to use ISDN on UDB)
- I was told the external ISDN device I am using is like an router,
which is connected to my PC's ethernet port right now. I wonder if I use
an ethernet hub connecting multiple UDBs and PCs to the hub and then
from hub connecting to ISDN line I can wire all my computer devices to
the world with a 128K line. The question is: Does Linux on UDB/alpha has
good ISDN support? Will this method work?

If you have an external ISDN router, Linux doesn't need to know anything
about ISDN---to your UDB it looks just like a regular local ethernet. In
order to connect outside you only need to tell Linux to use your
ISDN box as the gateway.

p

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