comp.dcom.isdn FAQ Location - Periodic Announcement

comp.dcom.isdn FAQ Location - Periodic Announcement

Post by Dave Cherk » Sun, 29 Dec 1996 04:00:00



comp.dcom.isdn Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Location:
Periodic Announcement

The comp.dcom.isdn Frequently Asked Questions list is posted biweekly
to the comp.dcom.isdn news group with an expiration period of two
weeks.  The FAQ is available via anonymous ftp to host rtfm.mit.edu, in
the directory /pub/usenet/news.answers/isdn-faq.  It's also accessible
via the e-mail server -- put "send usenet/news.answers/isdn-faq/*"
(without the quotes) in the body of a e-mail message to the e-mail

site that shadows news.answers.  Some of these sites are:

    North America: ftp.uu.net                     /usenet/news.answers
    Europe:        ftp.uni-paderborn.de           /pub/FAQ
                   ftp.Germany.EU.net             /pub/newsarchive/news.answers
                   grasp1.univ-lyon1.fr           /pub/faq
                   ftp.win.tue.nl                 /pub/usenet/news.answers
                   ftp.sunet.se                   /pub/usenet
    Asia:          nctuccca.edu.tw                /USENET/FAQ
                   hwarang.postech.ac.kr          /pub/usenet/news.answers

If you have Web access, I recommend you access Dan Kegel's ISDN Web
page at http://alumni.caltech.edu/~dank/isdn/, which has even more ISDN
information and a pointer to a Web-accessible copy of the ISDN FAQ.

--
Dave Cherkus ----- UniMaster, Inc. ----- Contract Software Development
Specialties: UNIX TCP/IP X OSF/1 AlphaAXP AIX RS/6000 Performance ISDN

The Internet runs on its programmers, and programmers run on coffee!!!

 
 
 

1. comp.dcom.isdn FAQ Location - Periodic Announcement

comp.dcom.isdn Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Location:
Periodic Announcement

The comp.dcom.isdn Frequently Asked Questions list is posted biweekly
to the comp.dcom.isdn news group with an expiration period of two
weeks.  The FAQ is available via anonymous ftp to host rtfm.mit.edu, in
the directory /pub/usenet/news.answers/isdn-faq.  It's also accessible
via the e-mail server -- put "send usenet/news.answers/isdn-faq/*"
(without the quotes) in the body of a e-mail message to the e-mail

site that shadows news.answers.  Some of these sites are:

    North America: ftp.uu.net                     /usenet/news.answers
    Europe:        ftp.uni-paderborn.de           /pub/FAQ
                   ftp.Germany.EU.net             /pub/newsarchive/news.answers
                   grasp1.univ-lyon1.fr           /pub/faq
                   ftp.win.tue.nl                 /pub/usenet/news.answers
                   ftp.sunet.se                   /pub/usenet
    Asia:          nctuccca.edu.tw                /USENET/FAQ
                   hwarang.postech.ac.kr          /pub/usenet/news.answers

If you have Web access, I recommend you access Dan Kegel's ISDN Web
page at http://alumni.caltech.edu/~dank/isdn/, which has even more ISDN
information and a pointer to a Web-accessible copy of the ISDN FAQ.

--
Dave Cherkus ----- UniMaster, Inc. ----- Contract Software Development
Specialties: UNIX TCP/IP X OSF/1 AlphaAXP AIX RS/6000 Performance ISDN

The Internet runs on its programmers, and programmers run on coffee!!!

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