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    I can't seem to find ISDN routers anywhere. Does anyone here have or know where to buy them? ISDN is like DOS sort of, it was good for it's time, but nobody uses it anymore.
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    You're gonna have a hard time finding them. They were never widely popular in the US. ISDN is great for certain usages, (Like tying 100+ D channels and only using 2-3 B channels) but better tools came out.

    I would say ISDN is more like laserdisk, short lived and rarely used. DOS was around for over a decade and used a lot.

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    Not hard to find at all.

    Though to be honest, ISDN was only ever really used by big business (certainly here in the UK) since it was so damned expensive.
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