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4 ISDN ports through a Sun Solaris

4 ISDN ports through a Sun Solaris

4 ISDN ports through a Sun Solaris


We have a Netra T1 sun server, and I need this set up as a communication box, we want to put a card in that will give us connections to 2 ISDN (split into 4 lines) lines, we would need to use the connect at the same time. Anybody set something like this up, the main problem I seem to be having is finding hardware that will do this.

Any idea's would be great.


RE: 4 ISDN ports through a Sun Solaris

I'm not sure about this one...

We use the Netra T-1 as a Device server for a few different protocals (SIP, H323), but for the ISDN we use a card in another peice of hardware (that our company makes).

Have you heard of this being done??

Interesting (always learning something!)

Jarod, The Lab Guy

RE: 4 ISDN ports through a Sun Solaris

I have not heard of it being done, but we do have a piece of software called Perle that runs through a RAS box, trouble is even though it has Linux support (This is being run on a different box at the moment) it only lets us connect to 1 ISDN at a time. This item is avalible


That gives you 2 ISDN's I believe, but it is not compatable with the T1, costs around the £200 mark.


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