Posted by Carlton Moore, email@example.com
on April 30, 2002 at 19:12
I'm trying to get an NCP-2 to make a valid connection to a conventional ISDN-TA running V.110 / V.120. I can establish the call fine, and if data is relatively low level (i.e. typing in characters etc within HyperTerminal) I get no problems.
As soon as I connect anything that has a higher throughput rate my data starts to become either lost or corrupt / out of sequence. I've tried all the usual tricks of reducing baud-rates, changing flow-control, etc, etc and cannot establish a reliable connection.