Yep..I gathered it was ISDN, just wondernig if anyone has tried it..re:
----- Original Message -----
From: "Colm Buckley" <colm at tuatha.org>
To: "Eireann Design (Gianni Ponzi)" <gianni at eireanndesign.ie>
Cc: <ilug at linux.ie>
Sent: Wednesday, October 27, 2004 2:44 PM
Subject: Re: [ILUG] Re: eircom hi-speed??
> On 27 Oct 2004, at 14:38, Eireann Design (Gianni Ponzi) wrote:
>> > I'm moving to and area not upgraded (no surprises there) for ADSL.
> > I came across this splurb about eircom hi-speed while looking for
> > alternatives...
> > Anyone had experience with this?
>> Yes, it's just an ISDN line. You can use it with any ISP which
> supports ISDN. It's still "dialup Internet", but it's faster than
> analogue modems. The connection speed is 64kbps (128 if you can use
> both channels), and connection itself is *much* quicker than with an
> analogue modem (about 2 seconds as opposed to 40). You still pay per
> minute, though, unless you go with an anytime-style plan.
> Colm Buckley / colm at tuatha.org / www.colm.buckley.name / +353 87 2469146
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