>Hi there !
>I would like to use a linux box as a router between an ethernet and
>synchronous serial line.
>Do you know if synchronous serial card (64 kbps) exists for PC ?
>If it exists, does Linux support, or going to support it ?
>Thanks for any positive ore negative answers.
>Network anministrator of Eotvos University Budapest, Hungary
We can supply a sync card including a linux driver. It works as a
network module. The card runs up to 2MBit/s. We just encapsulate the
IP packets into an HDLC frame (flag/IP/CRC/flag) or if you have a
CISCO at the other side we support the CISCO HDLC format also. The
physical interface is X.21(15 pin). Internal/external clocking is
available (DTE /DCE modes).
There is a socond solution we can offer : a bridge that you connect
directly to the AUI port of your ethernet card (no external power
supply). It bridges the ethernet frame (filtering is available).
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