> >>>> Oh really? Do you get D channels? What do you do with them?
> >>> Basic rate: 2B+D
> >> OK. Note the second question: what do you do with them?
> >>> US West: 2D+B
> >> Really? I find that hard to believe. I suppose the question is
> >> doubly relevant here: What do you do with them?
> > Heh. Nothing. We avoid buying them and complain bitterly about
> > the lack of ISP Frame Relay support in the area, mostly.
> Speak for yourself. Plenty of people in the USA use ISDN. And while
> you're at it, how about admitting (like other people do from time to
> time) that you screwed up?
Please see the list archives. I've probably admitted to screwing
up, when I do it, more than any other poster to these lists. I
simply don't have an emotional investment in always being right.
You'll also notice that I don't take attacks on instances of my
code as attacks on me personally (though style issues, which I
believe are irrelevant, and the values of the ideas which the code
embodies, are different matters -- I don't care how an idea is
implemented, as long as it's The Right Idea being implemented).
Now please read my followup refuting the ability to actually *get*
ISDN, as opposed to getting a *description* of ISDN from a company
that doesn't actually *provide* ISDN. Feel free to contact US West;
I live in the 795 prefix, which is not attached to the single 5ESS
in Tucson. If you can get me real ISDN, I will be happy to buy it
from them. But you can't, because I can't, because they can't.
Any opinions in this posting are my own and not those of my present
or previous employers.