On Mon, Sep 11, 2000 at 11:34:12AM +0100, Vincent Cunniffe wrote:
> > 14dBi will allegedly do 11Mb/s over 12.8km/8miles. so for £300+???
> > per 4-10km we have a dublin ILUG MAN @5.5Mbit/s, maybe even 11Mbit/s
> > for certain hops.
> > all it needs is enough people interested.
>> I'm in... Blackrock-based.
I'd make like a sad AOLer and say æMe too!!1!', but I would like somebody
who knows a little bit about this post some info on prices, how much work
there is to set it all up and what other technical issues to expect.
I'll be moving about soon-ish, but I am going to stay in Dublin. If £300
or so is the price, my economy might just allow me to join this network ;)
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