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Where to buy multiport cards? - SCO

I like Digiboard PortServer's. They cost a little more, but you connect them anywhere in your network instead of using a card in the box. Joe "Dave erson" <ddinazhotmail.com> wrote in message news:3ef83f3c.3189105news4.news.com... > On Tue, 24 Jun 2003 00:20:30 -0700, Brian Lavender <brianbrie.com> > wrote: > > >I need at least an eight port serial board for the terminals for the > >system I am building. Is Digi good? Any recommended resellers? I heard > >that since some of the new MB's are 3.3 volt that you need be careful > >to get a board that matches. It looks ...

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    Default Re: Where to buy multiport cards?

    I like Digiboard PortServer's. They cost a little more, but you connect
    them anywhere in your network instead of using a card in the box.

    Joe

    "Dave erson" <ddinazhotmail.com> wrote in message
    news:3ef83f3c.3189105news4.news.com...
    > On Tue, 24 Jun 2003 00:20:30 -0700, Brian Lavender <brianbrie.com>
    > wrote:
    >
    > >I need at least an eight port serial board for the terminals for the
    > >system I am building. Is Digi good? Any recommended resellers? I heard
    > >that since some of the new MB's are 3.3 volt that you need be careful
    > >to get a board that matches. It looks like the digi multiport modules
    > >support both.
    > >
    > >brian
    >
    > Over the years I've used Digiboard, Equinox, and Comtrol
    > multiboard products. All were good. On laptops, I've
    > used Quatech QSP-100 PCMCIA cards successfully with
    > Lynsoft drivers.
    >
    > DDinAZ

    Administrator Guest

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    "Brian Lavender" <brianbrie.com> wrote in message
    news:fmuffvginrjbt8bfenn72jjh6e11add8014ax.com...
    > I need at least an eight port serial board for the terminals for the
    > system I am building. Is Digi good? Any recommended resellers? I heard
    > that since some of the new MB's are 3.3 volt that you need be careful
    > to get a board that matches. It looks like the digi multiport modules
    > support both.
    >
    > brian
    Digi makes excellent hardware as does Equinox. I'd contact Digi for a list
    of available outlets - just google for 'digi' or 'digiboard'. Or, if your
    comfortable with what your doing, keep an eye on Ebay - they show up there
    all the time. Just be sure you get one for PCI (Ebay has a lot of OLD ISA
    stuff sifting around).


    J Piper Guest

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    >> On Tue, 24 Jun 2003 00:20:30 -0700, Brian Lavender <brianbrie.com>
    >> wrote:
    >>
    >> >I need at least an eight port serial board for the terminals for the
    >> >system I am building. Is Digi good? Any recommended resellers? I heard
    >> >that since some of the new MB's are 3.3 volt that you need be careful
    >> >to get a board that matches. It looks like the digi multiport modules
    >> >support both.
    On Wed, 25 Jun 2003 18:07:55 GMT, "Administrator" <rootplantrol.com>
    wrote:
    >I like Digiboard PortServer's. They cost a little more, but you connect
    >them anywhere in your network instead of using a card in the box.
    >
    >Joe
    I decided to go with the Digi PortServer TS 16. Once I talked to
    inside sales at Digi, they directed me to it, and it looks like a
    great choice.

    Maybe you can confirm something for me.
    They told me that I can use the network on both the server and the
    client. I have windows clients where they said I install a driver and
    it creates a virtual comport that is connected to the virtual tty on
    the SCO box. Is this true?

    brian

    Brian Lavender Guest

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