Date: 20 Apr 2004 13:28:02 -0700
This is probably not the correct place, but I need to start somewhere. I own a
very small ISP. We only have dial-up lines. I want to be able to offer DSL to
my customers. DSL is widely available in my area. I really need to know what
kind of equipment I need to install in my local telephone offices. Bellsouth is
not much help telling me what I need. If anyone has any info or can guide me, I
would be greatly thankful.
- Re: send-receive with DSL
... Is the DSL with the same ISP as the dial-up? ... using the server details they provided. ...
- Re: Microsoft Outlook took 2 mins to connect to server?
... Who is the Internet Service Provider (ISP) and how good is it? ... of connection is involved, i.e., dial-up, DSL, Cable, Direct fibre-optic, ...
- Re: Startup order
... What type of internet connection are we talking about? ... DSL or Dial-up - Your ISP can help you. ...
- RE: question on DSL signal
... I run a small FreeBSD server with a standard DSL line. ... I work at an ISP and do this stuff for a living. ... has to just keep calling the phone company and dispatching a tech ... modem, so every time she had a problem she would call up and ask ...
- Re: FreeBSD challenged by Internet
... FreeBSD box I'm using at the moment cost $10 at a flea market, ... rated speed on DSL I don't think the DSL line is the limiting factor. ... taken care of somehow between some Verizon server and the firewall. ... Anyway, I'm comparing the wire charges, not the ISP service. ...