ISDN access on most free ISP's is available but only one channel (oceanfree
gives two on rare occasions if you're lucky).
I found elive (link aready posted) but not tried it yet.
eLive Mention a 1891 number - but not managed to find it
UTV internet do offer two channels and seem to support BOD (Bandwidth on
demand) with my TA at least.
If you use the following number;
Blank username and blank password works.
Happy 128k surfing.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Gavin McCullagh [mailto:gavin at fiachra.ucd.ie]
> Sent: 23 November 2001 12:10
> To: Ilug (E-mail)
> Subject: Re: [ILUG] isdn access
>>> > Requirements:
> > 64K most of the time, but would like 128K access every now and then.
> > Decent availability.
> > Not too expensive, but don't mind paying for decent service.
> > Evening and weekend usage mainly.
>> don't know who's information this is (Justin?). I got it from
>>http://iiu.taint.org/>> UTV Internet (formerly DNA internet) offer Dual Channel ISDN
> on their free
> accounts. I certainly found them excellent as web hosts
> (although it was
> IIS/ASP), so maybe they'd be worth looking at. Not many of
> the fee-paying
> services seem that good anyway.
>> Justin (or whoever), do they have a Rep of Ireland Dialup Node? It
> certainly appears so.
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