Drawbacks w/using the Computone: no MLPPP support, tech support is not
always available, they're a small company. Without MLPPP support, you
cannot bond modems or ISDN channels (ISDN only available if you order PRI -
not with CT1). Does not support all standard Radius tags (such as
idle-timeout: that's set by the port & not by the user).
Drawbacks w/using the Compaq 4000: None that I know of. They've been
really good to us. They support analog 33.6's, digital 33.6's & digital 56k
(k56flex + v.90).
Compaq 4000 info: www.microcom.com
Computone info: www.computone.com
From: Ken Chua <email@example.com>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Date: Friday, August 21, 1998 7:54 PM
Subject: newbies ISP setup
>Can anyone recommend a Access Server or a Modem rack to provide about 50
>lines for 56K access??