[quagga-users 9915] Re: V.35 T1 hardware ?
sclark at netwolves.com
Tue Sep 23 18:58:38 IST 2008
Maillist for Zebra software wrote:
> These look like they are phone cards not data. I'm looking for cards that
> can connect to T1 Internet connections using a V.35 cable that connects
> into a CSU/DSU for routing Internet data.
> Does anyone out there still make their own router to connect to Multi
> On Tue, 23 Sep 2008, Sam Bashton wrote:
>>On Tue, Sep 23, 2008 at 08:13:32AM -0700, Maillist for Zebra software wrote:
>>>We have an old router (Linux Debian 1998) that needs to be upgraded. We're
>>>using old Emerging Technologies HDLC WAN Card and still have T1's
>>>connected to this router using BGP.
>>>Taking a look at Emerging Technologies's web site I see they no longer
>>>supply or support these cards. So does anyone know who makes a current
>>>HDLC WAN card so we can build a new router? We would like to stick to a
>>>Linux based (Debian) platform and be able to also route through Ethernet
>>>connections as well.
>>I've only ever used them for telephony, but I believe the Digium cards
>>should do what you're after - the TE120P would probably be most
>>Sam Bashton - Bashton Ltd, Manchester, England
>>Linux Consultancy / High Availability Systems
>>www.bashton.com / 0161-424-9600 / DDI 0161-424-9611
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These are data only cards - we used them to hook to t1 lines with FreeBSD.
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