we use a lot of Sangoma (www.sangoma.com) and SBE (www.sbei.com) cards.
cyclades (www.cyclades.com) work well too, but i havent used these as
much, because sangoma fulfills all our needs.
Sangoma has an easy-to-use curses-based configuration utility, too,
which you might like.
as far as x86 hardware goes, anything will work. you cannot get a slow
enough computer today. a 200mhz with 64mb ram wouldn't even break a
sweat routing the 1.5mbps of a T1.
> We're about to install a T1 (1.544 Mbps) from SBC in Los Angeles
> between two locations for use as a WAN. I'd like the termination on
> ends to be a Linux system.
> One end will route internet packets to the other end, using NAT as
> done now for both internal LANs. The ADSL in one location will be
> removed, and only the internet connection in the other location kept,
> because there's still excess bandwidth available.
> Any recommendations on hardware that is known to work well with
> and SBC (what used to be PacBell)? Unless there's a good reason not
> I'd like the CSU/DSU to be an internal card.
> Assuming the T1 is kept pretty full, any recommendations on the
> slowest x86 system that would keep things moving? We tend to keep
> computers that have been replaced by better hardware around for uses
> like this.
> This is my first time for this, anything I need to watch out for
> I'm too inexperienced to even guess?
> Thanks in advance for any information.
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