Michael Whisenant ( )
Tue, 24 Mar 1998 18:05:14 -0600

Without getting into another flame war, why could Ascend, Rockwell, and
Lucent not prove anything at ISPCON? I was there. Rockwell challenged the
testing, then Boardwatch provided them the same software, they ran it in CA
and refused to publish the results. It really does not matter, v.90 is
here and I for one have been running v.90 code for over a month.
Supporting industry compliant 56K modems, TODAY!

At 02:07 PM 3/24/98 -0500, you wrote:
>On Tue, 24 Mar 1998, rkm wrote:
>> I also like the ASCEND MAX but just read an article at the BOARDWATCH site
>> where the X2 series (supported by the 3com/USR product) regularly supported
>> 40k+ connections but the Kflex modems rarely got over 35k.
>Must have missed the flame wars over that on some of the other lists.
>Needless to same there is some serious doubt about those tests results as
>they were just dialing in and connect and hangup. No login or data
>transfers. Also no account was taken as to what equiptment was used on
>the other end or how it was provisioned. x2 is known to connect on one
>speed and settle to a lower speed where kflex tends to connect low
>nad shift up.
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