Digi Support Site for details on product/OS driver availability.
What cable types were available?
A: The product supported EIA-232 (V.24), V.35, X.21(V.11), EIA-530(EIA-422) and V.36 cabling options. Not all of the options listed are supported for both SYNC 2000 and SYNC/ 570i ISA and PCI adapters. These products along with their cables have since been End-of-Lifed.
Was a Developer's Kit available for the adapters?
A: If you purchased the WAN Access for NT package, a complete SYNC API was included. For information on other DDK options, see: Does Digi have a Device Driver Kit (aka DDK) for my product?
Was the IBM eNetwork Communication Server for NT (IBM's version of SNA Server) supported?
A: Yes, version 6.01 or greater was supported.
What versions of Microsoft SNA server were supported?
A: The product was tested with SNA 3.0 and 4.0, including the latest Service Packs at that time. SNA 2.11 was not tested, as it is a very old version and wasn't Y2K compliant.
How does this driver support PPP?
A: When configured for PPP, the line is usable as a Remote Access Service device.
Does this driver provide for modem dialing support in conjunction with PPP?
A: No, the S/2000 and S/570i drivers do not provide any facility for passing 'AT' strings to a modem.
How are X.25 SVC (Switched Virtual Circuits) handled in your driver?
A: The X.25 SVCs are used through the Remote Access Service.
Does the PPP and X.25 SVC drivers support Microsoft Routing and Remote Access Service (RRAS)?
A: Yes, we function well with RRAS, including the use of Demand-Dial Interfaces.
Aug 08, 2017