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Re: [hylafax-users] Hylafax + WAN

On Mon, Apr 01, 2002 at 05:10:36PM -0500, Yan Seiner wrote:
> John Cuzzola wrote:
> >*** Well thanks everyone for the very quick response. Right now I'm in the
> >very early stages of researching this to see how feasible it would be (by
> >early I mean about 2 hours old). So this is what I've gotten so far. DID
> >is the ticket. I'll need an ISDN line or PRI. Currently we do have a 23
> >line PRI connected to our Lucent PortMaster 4 for incoming dial-up (We
> >allow our teachers to dial into our LAN for internet access). So would it
> >be possible then for our telco to use the current PRI for these fax lines
> >(at a cost of possibly loosing some dial-up lines)? Would the PRI be split
> >into segments? 
> >
> What you need is a CSU/DSU.  Search deja on my name; you should find a 
> whole slew of discussions on this topic ??.??.telcom (I forget the name 
> of the group).
> Adtran makes one; I can give you email addresses for the people you need 
> to talk to.  It involves a bit of custom programming on Adtran's part 
> and some extra hardware.

It would likely be comp.dcom.telecom or .tech... but I wasn't aware
that you could timeslot-split a PRI the way you can on a T-1, where all
the signalling is in-band.

-- jra
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