I'm setting up a Linux box (for the first time- wish me luck!) on our
network so we can monitor token ring traffic, and since I'm a * I need
to access the net a lot for hints and tips.
In the office we have a NetGear XM128s ISDN terminal adapter which I'd like
to use to connect to the net. But I can't. Boo hoo.
The TA is working fine with our other Win95 boxes, and I've managed to set
up a standard modem on the Linux box (although its a 9600 modem, so not
exactly ideal). I tried dialling thru the ISDN box using the settings
configured for the modem, and although it picks up the phone line and dials
out, it returns with a 'No Carrier' signal after a couple of seconds. (BTW,
I'm in England and using a BT ISDN line).
Does anyone have any pointers they could give me, using big letters, cos
this is the only major hurdle I've come up against!