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Re: Are ISDN calls on hold cheaper than active calls?
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Re: Are ISDN calls on hold cheaper than active calls?
- From: rberger@InterNex.NET (Robert Berger)
- Date: Mon, 5 Feb 1996 10:44:09 -0800
- In-Reply-To: email@example.com "ISDN digest 61" (Feb 5, 11:48am)
- References: <199602051648.LAA13430@essential.essential.org>
I believe the "correct" way to handle this is to have ISDN CPE to support TCP/
IP over the D channel and make the D channel part of the MP protocol so that
the CPE will bring up the B channels when data flow over the D channel execeeds
a threshold. The threshold could be protocol specific (like email will not
bring up the B channel, but flow through slowly, but an FTP or http data
This way remote sites would look like they were permanently connected.
Robert J. Berger - CTO / VP of Engineering
InterNex Information Services, Inc. 2302 Walsh Rd. Santa Clara, CA 95051
Voice: 408-327-2290 Fax: 408-496-5484
The future's already arrived - it's just not evenly distributed yet.
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