On Sat 21 Jul 01, 07:49:21 +0100, John P. Looney wrote:
> On Fri, Jul 20, 2001 at 11:34:26PM +0100, John McCormac mentioned:
> > Don't think it does. At least I've never seen it here on 128K.
> It does...a friend of mine did the Eircom free internet system, and
> considered it amusing at the time that it supported bonded ISDN, when
> the subscription system didn't.
"Success has many fathers..." :-)
The subscription system has always supported 128K - if you paid for it.
There was an aspiration to allow 128K on the free service, and it does
actually work on a small number of regional POPs, but officially the
free service is 64K only, and that's all you will get when you dial
any large POP (like Dublin).
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