USR Sports

I have US Robotics Sportster ISDN TA.  I have the UniLinx module for it.  The module loads up fine and the card initializes fine because after I load them, the card rings when i call it.  The problem is that I can't get it to dial out and start a PPP connection.  

So if you have gotten a Sportster ISDN to connect, please tell me what software you used and exactly how you did it.


PS. My kernel is compiled with ISDN support.
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wkCommented:
Have you make the symbolic like of /dev/modem to the IDSN modem device, remember Un*x and clones treats all devices as files.  You may be initialzating the orginal device file, and the communication packages may initial /dev/modem.

I hope the information can help you.
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