Terminal server (NAS) experiences?

Also, you definitely should look at Xylogics' Annex servers. They are
very nice systems, with a Unix oriented command interface, excellent
security capabilities, and no floppy drive to go bad on you. With release
8.0, they do remote LAN dial-up SLIP and PPP, just like a netblazer. They
make very good terminal servers too. And you can manage them well completely
remotely over the network.

We have an 800 number dialup system based on it, we think it's a great


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