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I hava a external ISDN "Modem" and wonder how to setup linux to support it (USR Sportster TA ext.).
It works like a analogous Modem but does syncPPP on the ISDN side.
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Hence the adapter ("modem") is external you treat like any other normal modem. This solution works fine for me toward smy company. I use a masqueradinbg firewall and PP:s via the ISDN modem to my company

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