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ISDN

abbr.
Integrated Services Digital Network
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ISDN

abbreviation for
(Telecommunications) integrated services digital network: a rapid telecommunications network, combining data transfer and telephony
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ISDN

integrated-services digital network.
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ISDN

International Subscriber Digital Network, a digital system of telephone connections.
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Translations

ISDN

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ISDN

abbr of Integrated Services Digital NetworkISDN nt
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Comprising Netopia's R3100 ISDN router and PSINet's LAN ISDN system, the service offers unlimited simultaneous Internet access at speeds of up to 128Kb/s.
Eicon Technology has introduced its DIVA 1830 ISDN router to the European markets.
If you want to connect several networked computers to the Internet, all sharing an ISDN phone line (which has a throughput of 128 Kbps), consider a personal ISDN router. Routers traditionally have been fairly difficult to install, but now there are several new models designed specifically for the nontechie market.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-13 July 2000-Eicon launches ISDN router in Europe (C)1994-2000 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
Demon's ISDN LAN system will feature an ISDN connection at 64Kb/s or 128Kb/s and Netopia's R3100 ISDN router for unlimited users.
Netopia is providing a 'Free ISP' CD with every purchase of a Netopia R310 ISDN Router for unlimited users.
Documentation: The NetGear ISDN router Installation Guide had an easy-to-follow format on how to connect and configure the router for use and a very clear diagram for installing hardware connections and components--but lacked troubleshooting pointers.