Dual T1, thats nothing compared to the T3 we had in my last place of
employment 30k per sec downloads. Heaven.
Have a T1 now so *only* getting 17-20k per sec. sniff!!!
Anyhow, I was on to Esat who said that they wont have ISDN support until
after Christmas (Esatclear not EsatNet).
From another project I was working on, one of our agencies need dialin acces
for our Mainframe, i set up a dell optiplex
with a 3Com Impact II, OK it was running NT which makes this slightly OT,
but I asked them to get an ISDN dialup account and since they already had
IOL as a UUCP provider for their RS/6000 they naturally extended their
End result was that I could get both channels and both B channels up with
not a single problem.
Although it emerged yesterday that Esat have just bought IOL/Postgem so they
might be offering ISDN access sooner rather than later.
Bye for Now.
Robert - who is only 30 miles from UCC and P*ssed off that Im not geting
From: ilug-admin at linux.ie [mailto:ilug-admin at linux.ie]On Behalf Of
Sent: 06 November 1999 06:45
To: Robert Sweetnam
Cc: Vincent Cunniffe; ilug
Subject: Re: [ILUG] ISDN
Not that I'm complaining, this single 64k ISDN channel is still a heck of a
step above what I'd been getting with a 56k analog modem, and is beaten only
by the insane dual T1 lines I was using in my office back in Sunnyvale a
couple of weeks ago. Boy can that spoil you...ah well, this is still pretty
If you happen to beat me to finding out about any of the other ISPs, I'd
to know what you learn. :-)
Hope this helps,
Web page: http://www.zen.org/~brendan/
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