> Can some ADSL guru please answer me some dumb questions:
>Me neither, but...
> a. This is a regular Ethernet card and Cat-5 connection, right?
> IE, Chorus leave behind a wall socket I can plug into.
>Chorus ain't DSL, I presume you were aware of that? It's wireless. AFAIK, it
can be USB or ethernet, and I doubt very much it would be as professional as
a wall socket.
> b. Does "always-on" imply a fixed IP address? If not, what
> does it use, something vaguely similar to DHCP? IE can
> you run a persistent server?
>No fixed IP, although I think it can be arranged (probably for a scandalous
fee). I don't know what they're using to assign IP's.
Don't know the answers to the other questions.
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