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I just apply a ISDN bri line...but i dont know how to match the line with my linux router...

i have a dsl line with static ip connect to eth0, my eth1 is connected to my office network....

i planned to connect the isdn line to one of my network card in linux router and from my script in linux i will point any connection from isdn to anatoher pc in the network...

is this can be done? do i need another hardware? the isdn router is expensive so can i use my linux router?...

the point is how do i setup the isdn and match it with my linux router?
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You will need either an isdn router or an isdn terminal adapter to put in your  linux router. I would go with the  TA. You can easily set this up with conf-isdn-account - http://www.manna.nl/tipstekst_en.html
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can i replace the isdn router with just a add a configuration in linux router...i mean fowarding?
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No, you actually need hardware to use isdn - either a router or a terminal adapter which is like a network card which allows you to use isdn. Buy an isdn terminal adapter, install it in your linux router and use conf-isdn-account to set it up - It will be cheaper than buying an isdn router.
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yeah...my isp give me the terminal adapter only...so you mean i just need to configure it on my linux? is that rite?
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Yeah. The free program above, conf-isdn-account makes it pretty easy to setup.
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so normally if any user surf to my web, my firewall will point the port 80 access to a single webserver in my network...how about the isdn?...do i need to add pointing in the firewall or just the program you suggest me can do that
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