If you ring the ISP of your choice and ask them for the dialup number they
will tell you. (don't tell them you're using linux, it will confuse them...)
If you were using a 1891 number in Dublin, the same number will work in Cork.
021 is a local call in Cork city, so it will be at local call rates - these
are a little more costly than 1891 rates.
If you are changing to a different ISP, ask the new ISP for all their
settings - DNS servers, mail (SMTP, POP/IMAP), news and web proxy if they
On Wednesday 19 September 2001 05:16, you wrote:
> Hie, I am into linux for about 8 mths now.In Ireland I find the ISP does
> not support Linux.I also found that in Cork there are some settings which
> is available from the archived info.My question to connect in Dublin since
> Iam located here at the moment where can I get the settings?IN Cork the
> settings that are available is the 021 number the cost of a local call or
> is it a number similiar to 1891? If it is not then the cost would be very
> expensive.i would appreciat a response.I would leave all the smart remarks
> out.I just need some info here,your help is much appreciated.
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