> Now onto the purpose of my mail. I spoke to someone at ESat who said
> they're rolling out DSL to three exchanges in Cork (Churchfield and
> Quaker road in Oct, and Cork central in Dec). Can someone tell me where
> these exchanges are (poss' in relation to Douglas)?
>Nowhere near them I'm afraid. (They're also rolling out in Mahon by the
way, but there are no dates at the moment.)
> Chorus told me that they'd be rolling their cable modem service out in
> Sep. They don't have much of a rep here in Wicklow though, does anyone
> know any inside gos' on that?
>Chorus are liars. There's no point in speculating with them, better to
just wait and see. I'd think twice about taking broadband from Chorus,
that's how bad they are.
> Eircom won't give me anything other than "sometime next year" for
> I guess I'll have to stick to ISDN for the time being. But, has anyone
> considered the possibility of setting up a wireless net something like
> the Canberra Linux user Group setup http://www.air.net.au/. It could be
> an alternative if the broadband rollout is patchy. Spreading A business
> DSL connection between 4 or 5 users with wireless links would probably
> drop the price to be comparative to I-Stream (whenever that comes).
>The guys have already told you about CorkWAN, so that's that covered.
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