"Bob Bradlee" <caveguy at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
On Fri, 29 Jun 2007 08:28:07 +0200, Arno Kletzander
> On the ISDN side, just two phones (one missing its local power supply
> too - duh), one or two PC cards and an NTBA so far.
BTW, I forgot to mention the built in ISDN ports in some of my Sun kit - SS10 and SS20, I
Somewhere in storage I have an old Adtran box that
takes a T1 (pri) line
in and breaks out a bunch of POTs ports and 2 ISDN BRI lines that will
source other equiptment.
I know the MAX 4004 boxes will source a PRI out on the second channel if
you want to to put one inline with a PBX and skim some channels off the
top for data or dialup. At one point in time I had a ISDN PRI split out
to 7 pots lines, 8 private dialup lines, and a 512k data channel with a
class c address block (256 IP addresses) assigned before I gave up the
office about 5 years back.
If I understand correctly, the equipment mentioned above will still require some sort of
dedicated hookup to a telco provider in order to transport packets between two local
devices. We don't have that and we don't need/want to get it (we have POTS service
and DSL over POTS).
I was/am just looking for a simple solution for interconnecting my packratted ISDN devices
for some testing and fooling around, like room-to-room intercom, using ISDN between
computers (like a slow-speed LAN) or playing back audio from a computer through an ISDN
Thanks for your suggestions anyway...
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