USB ISDN modem

USB ISDN modem

Post by Phil Hoggin » Fri, 25 Apr 2003 00:04:30


        I have a USB ISDN modem I want to use with a SunBlade 2000, anyone know
if this is possible and or how to configure it ?



1. USB ISDN modem


I have a 3Com-US Robotics ISDN Pro TA external modem. I am running Red
Hat Linux 6.1 with kernel 2.2.14 patched with 2.3.50 USB backport. The
modem can be connected to the computer either through a serial port or
by USB. But I cannot force linux to recognize it. Which ISDN driver
should I try? Why doesn't USB ACM work? Mind that I would prefer to
connect the modem via USB (I have a standard serial port, capable only
of 115 kbps...).



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