NT1 Plus II USB (v2.1 Win98SE-ME)

Category: Network and Modem
Manufacturer: Open networks
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: Not specified
Operating System: Windows 95/98/2000/ME/XP/NT
Latest Version / Release Date: Not specified / Not specified

Windows device driver information for NT1 Plus II USB (v2.1 Win98SE-ME)

NT1 Plus II USB (v2.1 Win98SE-ME) is an ISDN modem produced by Open Networks and made available by Telstra. An ISDN modem is also referred to as an ISDN terminal adapter and is a device which is utilized in computers to convert computer signals into signals which are capable of being transmitted through the digital network of integrated services. The NT1 Plus II USB (v2.1 Win98SE-ME) modem supports ISDN data connection method only. Also, it supports Dynamic Voice OverRide (DVO) or call bumping. This is a key feature enables the user to receive as well as make phone calls without having to disconnect from the internet completely. The NT1 Plus II USB (v2.1 Win98SE-ME) package comes with a USB cable and an installation CD. Before setting up this modem, users should ensure that they have, with their ISP, a compatible “ISDN data plan'.

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NT1 Plus II ISDN modems typically use two interfaces; the serial interface and the USB interface. The NT1 Plus II USB (v2.1 Win98SE-ME) utilizes the USB interface. This can be either the USB 1.1 interface or the USB 2.0 interface. All in all, there are several things which users of the NTI Plus II modems should know. NTI plus II modems are very liable to electrical storm damage. Also, quite a number of NT1 plus II modem users have complained of unit lockups as well as their incoming and/or outgoing callings not ringing or not getting a dial tone. Should the user wish to change their PSTN lines to be ISDN, the telephone signals will be controlled by the NT1 plus II modem. Should this modem fail, then the user may lack a telephone signal over a long time period. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and NT1 Plus II USB (v2.1 Win98SE-ME) errors before installing any driver updates.