This is my first post and I'm sure it will generate a chuckle or two. I'm working in an antiquated facility with a hodgepodge of network infrastructure. Copper, Fiber, Ethernet, Wireless, and LRE. Our end game is to enable a video conference system to utilize ISDN. The route we are researching is from a T-1 circuit to a CSU from the CSU to an 'Ethernet to fiber converter' through the fiber convert back to Ethernet then through a switch then to the VC system. The original request was for an Ethernet connection, which we have established as outlined. After the fact we are told that the connection has to be ISDN. The million dollar question... Does a converter(s) exist that performs this function in place of the Ethernet to fiber converter? Better yet, any suggestions for accomplishing this goal from a different perspective? The CSU must remain in the loop. Running the copper through three floors of 2-3' thick concrete and rebar is not an option at this point.
I have this problem too.