ISDN Lines

arawstho (Alan_Rawsthorne@dg-webo.webo.dg.com)
Sat, 11 Nov 1995 16:01:48 -0500


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>Hello all.
>I was wondering if someone could help me with ISDN lines. Once we have
>acess to one,
> how do we hook up to it?

In the USA there should be a RJ45 jack. This delivers a
U-LOOP to which you can connect a NT1/2 which is a powered
line termination unit. The ones we use are meridians.
The NT1/2 has outlets which provides an S/T bus.

PC ISDN cards or terminal adapters or ISDN phones can be
connected to the S/T jack.

>Any information or useful URL's appreciated.
>
For more info tak a look at:
news:comp.dcom.isdn
http://www.scu.edu.au/ausweb95/papers/connectivity/taylor/

Alan Rawsthorne
Data General Corporation F017 Phone: 508-898-5939
4400 Computer Drive Fax: 508-898-4494
Westborough, Massachusetts 01580 Internet: Alan_Rawsthorne@dg.com