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bbwithdrawls

join:2008-08-30
Vanleer, TN
reply to LinkD

Re: New to ISDN, need help getting set up

I pay 44.00 a month in Tenn, I use MSN dial up as the ISP , pops both channels no problem

you might look into to millenicom 3 g wireless it may work for you if you have a cell signal , there is a great forum here millenicom and one of the members Jim in VA has a very good website with lots of info

as far as modems or terminal adapters , if you have cisco experience go with the 804's

if not 3 com makes a couple models , I always been fond of the Impact IQ , very easy to set up , ill have 2 in a couple weeks to sell as im going T1

you can use your isdn as your primary line but you d have to purchase long distance , basically you get 2 lines 2x64 , when a call comes in it drops one and you can be on internet at 1x64 and have a voice on the other , when you hang up it picks the other back up

I searched tried everything else , finally going to bite the bullet and buy a T1, expensive but i work from home 3 days a week and it should level it out