Point of sale RAS hardware?

Paul S. Brown pol at geekstuff.co.uk
Wed Nov 12 17:18:36 UTC 2003

Last time I did this I cheated and bought a bunch of the old 4-to-a-card USR 
Rackmount Couriers second hand and shoved a Digiboard in the back of a PC and 
sent them init strings to lock them to V22 negotiation. Worked well.

Obviously this isn't an option if you want to do it on a large scale, or if 
you want supportable hardware.


On Wednesday 12 November 2003 4:12 pm, Jeffrey Paul wrote:
> Does anyone know of a good RAS product that supports the fast train
> times needed for point of sale terminals (specifically the ability to
> turn off data compression, error detection, and speed negotiation)?
> Most every one I've seen is aimed at serving as-fast-as-possible dialup
> network access to normal modems, but I need something that will do
> 1200bps (or even better yet, v.22FC) with no frills.
> Can anyone suggest a product or manufacturer?
> Thanks,
> -j
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