Or better yet, somebody should give him ssh access to a machine
that's connected to a real ISDN line and has a Teles card in it...
With $499 PC's for sale, that'd probably be cheaper :-)
Take volume IP internet access charges and telephone costs ("hey,
please write down the panic output and press reset ....") into
account and you'll end up with something horrible expensive
for that solution - phk's idea is much cheaper, easier and faster
(also, such a device is just needed for the development time, after
that it may go back to where it came from. Debugging should be
no problem with that $499 setup).
Not to talk about that the one in the US will probably not pick up
his phone anymore after 10 such calls at 3 o'clock in the morning
Having written, bootstrapped and debugged the i4b stack, i am quite
shure that developing a US stack remotely with such a setup makes
no sense at all (for me).
I guess you're right. Having that reset button sure is handy :-)
But just for fun, I'd like to point out that once you got the
hardware driver debugged and working as a netgraph node (i.e., just
doing the Layer 1 part), then you could do all the Layer 2 and
Layer 3 debugging in user space :-)
Archie Cobbs * Whistle Communications, Inc. * http://www.whistle.com
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