Dan Kegel's ISDN Page

The word NEW on a link indicates updated on or after 14 Nov 96.

Note: This information provided for entertainment purposes only :-) This page is mostly a collection of pointers to WWW and FTP documents on other servers. If your favorite online source of ISDN info is not listed here, write me, Dan Kegel <dank@alumni.caltech.edu>. If you need help putting your company's product info on WWW, please read my guide to publishing product info on the Web.
Delayed mirrors of this page are available in Florida, Germany, the U.K., and Israel. The original is in Los Angeles.

Maryland Rate Hearings Delayed to Jan 29th

The Hearing earlier this month was cancelled because of the sleet storm. One more hearing will be held, on Jan 29th in Rockville MD, before the Maryland PUC rules on Bell Atlantic's proposed rate increase. If you're interested in ISDN in Maryland, find out more at CPT's Bell Atlantic ISDN Action Page.

Ascend using Data-only ISDN As Step towards ADSL

Ascend had a bright idea: if the phone companies don't like us nailing up connections to our ISP's through the phone companies' switches, why not utterly bypass the switches? In other words, use ISDN just like ADSL. Your line will run straight to (naturally) an Ascend router instead of the phone company. You can't make a phone call with it, but you don't have to pay usage charges, either. Plus, you can upgrade to ADSL when it comes down in price, and the backbone can handle it.
You can read about it at Ascend's IDSL web page.NEW

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