isdn - Integrated Services Digital Network
ISDN lets you communicate with other systems and networks via a highspeed
telephone line (using digital instead of analog signals) just as
you communicate with other systems and networks via an Ethernet cable.
Once you set up and establish an ISDN connection, you can use the same
UNIX commands and IRIX Interactive Desktop(TM) methods to log in to other
systems and to transfer files.
Indy comes with hardware for Basic Rate ISDN on the motherboard. Basic
Rate ISDN defines two B channels, each capable of transferring
64Kbits/sec of data, and one D channel, which is capable of transferring
16Kbits/sec of data. The hardware presents the S interface. The jack is
an RJ-45 type next to the 10BaseT connector.
The ISDN software may be installed from the Irix distribution CD by your
ISDN User's Guide
PPPPaaaaggggeeee 1111 [ Back ]