>> Even if you could make it work
>> just for hack-value, a 64K ISDN interface isn't really that exciting.
On Sep 21, 20:11, Matthias Heidbrink wrote:
>One again, it's not so bad in Europe. Here in Germany, my ISDN line (BRI)
True, European bandwidth is a different world. Where I work we only
recently moved from a 64kbit to a 256kbit internet connection, and it's
costing us blood -- a really small company couldn't have afforded it.
(another point is that until a year or two ago the bloody *backbone*
wouldn't let you utilise even 64kbit..)
Universities may be a bit spoiled though, but for anybody else 64kbit starts
to feel good :-)