I'm assuming it's an external modem, and not a PCI card?
If so, it's treated just like an analog modem would be under linux... I have the
NETGEAR XM128, and all I had to do was go thru the AT command reference to set
up the modem for the particular options I have with my ISDN and ISP service, and
it works like a charm...
I might also suggest your friend invest in a high speed serial card, if it's an
external modem. Most machines' built-in serial ports stop at 115,200bps, which
is slower than the 128000 bps the modem is capable of without data
Hope this helps.
> Hi Everyone,
> My friend had just setup his Linux box to access Internet and his ISP told
> his to buy the 3Com ISDN Impact 2 Modem and the modem only come with Windows
> driver. His ISP said it is easy to do the setup but need to charge 140/hr.
> Can anyone tell me how to do the setup please?
> Thanks and Regards.