Re: US ISDN for Linux??

David ``Joel Katz'' Schwartz (
Sun, 7 Apr 1996 03:58:54 -0400 (EDT)

I wrote a Linux driver for the Combinet 1000 EVERYWARE series.
That's now the Cisco something or other series. Ftp to and
look in /pub/combinet. It's a little tricky to get working, but you can
always email me any questions.

They have a built-in NT1 and Stac compression. (Well, the 1060
does, whatever Cisco renamed that.)

On Sun, 7 Apr 1996, Christopher J. Shaulis wrote:

> Hi!
> I'm a USA person putting together a new Linux box. I would REALLY like
> to add in an ISDN interface, but ISDN routers are ~$1200 +/-
> $200.. and ISDN products using standard 16550A (without 1mhz clock)
> aren't worth their cost for what they are. What I could really use is
> a middle of the road product.
> Are there any ISDN interfaces for Linux that aren't based on 16550A
> (without 1mhz clock) and offer STAC compression and such? Anyone got
> drivers for 3com Combinet internel? Or the low-end cisco cards?
> Finding things with drivers is the hard part.