[thelist] Difference between 'S/T' and 'U' ISDN Interfaces?

Seth Bienek seth at sethbienek.com
Thu Aug 9 10:05:34 CDT 2001

Can anyone enlighten me as to the difference between these two interfaces?  I need to purchase an ISDN gateway/router thingy for my home network, and they seem to come in these two flavors ('S/T' or 'U').  Will either interface work with the ISDN line my telco will be bringing in?

Also, any reccommendations/warnings on ISDN routers to buy/avoid is greatly appreciated.  :)

Not sure if/how off-topic this is, so...

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