Re: ISDN Router on NT or 95

Gregory W. Bondy ( (no email) )
Wed, 23 Jul 1997 23:36:51 -0500

At 04:34 PM 7/23/97 -0500, you wrote:
>I seen someone setting a ISDN router using an NT server.
>On of my customers wants to do the same thing. He wants to setup a
>computer that would act as a router with ISDN interface...
>Can it be done with 95 ?

No, 95 can't route.

>Can it be done with NT?

Yes, built-in using RAS.

>What is the Best ISDN Card to use that would support COMPRESSION?

USRobotics Sportster128k is what we use for our small business clients;
seems to work very well with good throughput. You can also multilink more
than one card together for aggregate bandwith under NT4.0, i.e.;
having four ISDN 64k channels bound to one virtual interface and
achieving (in theory) 256k.

>Any ideas or pointers are appreciated?.
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