How do i configure Zyxel ISDN omni.net plus TA on to linux server(RH 7.1).
Is there additional driver etc. It doesn't accept by default, tried using
Thankx in Adv
I have exactly the same unit and have had it working in the past with both
Suse and Redhat.
I am currently installing Linux onto my notebook but havent got around to
configuring the unit yet.
If you do a search through the Suse knowledge base for Zyxel numerous
articles will be displayed on getting this to work. I remember I had
problems with the default init strings etc. but I am sure in Redhat that
Anaconda (or whatever the setup tool is) recognised it - then I just applied
the bits from Suse.
I know I have notes somewhere but I no longer have the install on my PC as I
have switched to my notebook instead.
Quote:> Hi All,
> How do i configure Zyxel ISDN omni.net plus TA on to linux server(RH
> Is there additional driver etc. It doesn't accept by default, tried using
> Any tips?
> Thankx in Adv
I'm using a 2 identically configured machines (RH 7.0) connected to
ISDN phone lines through Zyxel Omni.net plus TAs, one on each machine.
The objective is to dial one machine (remote) from the other (local)
and get a login prompt.
I'm using uucp and uugetty to dial and answer the calls between the
machines...but the TA is acting up on me..... it answers the phone,
but seconds later I get a NO CARRIER error on the local machine and
can't complete the connection...both TAs work fine when doing dial-out
(access internet with kppp or a terminal program)...but the dial-in
process is completely eluding me...
I've tried tweaking almost every bit of configuration the TA has...
everything from AT commands to S registers and nothing...the remote TA
answers the call, but hangs up shortly after...
Is there anyone who knows if and how it is possible to configure a
Zyxel Omni.net plus TA on RH 7.0 for dial-in access over ISDN
I'm starting to think that this device is incapable of handling a
Fernando Jorge Cal?ada
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