[lug] ISDN modems

Stephen G. Smith ss2chef at hotmail.com
Wed Aug 9 15:18:37 MDT 2000

I am demoing (sp?) the Superpipe line from Lucent.
They have much more RAM and handle the NAT stuff alot better than
the old pipeline series. We have used them for both ISDN and
frac T1 service and they have been running flawless.



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>On Wed, Aug 09, 2000 at 11:31:08AM -0600, Ferdinand Schmid wrote:
> >Do any of you have recommendations for ISDN routers (with built-in
> >firewall) that I could set up and then expect to serve some completely
> >computer illiterate folks for some time?
>Microcom makes one that's pretty expensive ($800).  Netgear's is pretty
>cheap ($400), but it has some problems with masquerading, and the software
>upgrade that was promised well over a year ago never seemed to materialize.
>The Cisco 1600s are also reasonably expensive but they do have full NAT
>and firewalling.  Netopia had one that works, but it was fairly hard
>to configure to to auto-redial.  I've found the Ascend Pipeline's to be
>somewhat hard to manage in the past, but I think they've gotten better.
>Were I to choose today, I'd probably go with the Netgear, but the Cisco
>or Microcom may be better for you.  The Microcom had some pretty friendly
>Windows software for configuring it, and does NAT pretty well
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