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How to configure ISDN line on solaris

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Is it possible to connect ISDN line via ISDN  modem "Terminal adaptor "
to the serial port of an Ultra 1 running Solaris 2.6 ?
If it is possible how to configure the solaris ?
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You said you want to connect to a modem terminal adapter ( say Zyxel 2864ID ) This kind of ISDN you can connect in the same way ( serial port with admintool ) as a standard modem. The better solution for isdn is the sun isdn-package ( enhanced driver )
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