On Tuesday 03 July 2001 15:33, Karl Jeacle wrote:
> On Tue 03 Jul 01, 15:03:26 +0100, Jason A. Corcoran. wrote:
> > The username and password I was using for my dial into eircom was ...
> > eircomnet
> > eircomnet.
>> There is no such username/password on the eircom system. This is just
> a dummy value that's used on the CDs for the free service. When you
> dial the free numbers, you can use any username/password you like -
> it's ignored. You are allowed in if your caller-id can be determined.
> Since you were dialling internationally, your caller-id was not
> available, and so your authentication failed.
>> You need a subscription account with a real username and password if
> you want to use eircom net outside of Ireland.
The problem is that I could use it worked one day and not the next, I was
calling from the same locatation.
I got back to Irealnd this morning so I'll try it from Home and see if its
E-Mail Jason at Corcoran.tc
SMS Jay at Corcoran.tc
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