On Tue, 21 Sep 1999, Mitchell Blank Jr wrote:
> It's been awhile since I ran BSD on my DECstations, but I remember that
> OpenBSD detected the device as existing - not sure if it ever could do
> anyting with it.
Just like NetBSD:
isdn at asic0 offset 0x240000 priority 7 not configured
> I personally suspect that the answer is "no". I used to admin a bunch
> of those in the heyday of Ultrix, and I never saw nor heard of anyone
> making a productive use of that jack. Even if you could make it work
> just for hack-value, a 64K ISDN interface isn't really that exciting.
It is if you can connect to your ISP for the same on-line rate as a
ordinairy analog modem, what I do every time I'm on-line with an ISDN
card in a 80486.