Irish Broadband Wireless 1Gb costs 35.99 euros per month, plus free
installation (before end July). That's about 70 euros less per month
than my current bill for Vodafone's pathetic Connect Card ('Disconnect
Card' would be more apt) with a putative 57.6Kbs speed (in reality, 2Kbs
per second average after hang ups and time outs!).
The building the broadband is being implemented in has two existing
'router'/'hubby' like boxes. One has 24 ethernet sockets and 'RWDATA'
printed on the box. The other has 8 ethernet sockets and 'CENTRE COM
MR815T' as its John Henry. Does anyone know if these would be suitable
for 'routing' the internet link? And if so, why 2 boxes?
Nils Olofsson wrote:
> On Tue, 2005-07-26 at 15:09 +0100, philip at imageviewer.co.uk wrote:
>>>I am having an Irish Broadband 'Breeze' 1Gb connection installed today.
>>> Holy Shit 1Gb, How much is that costing :)
>>>>The output from the system has one ethernet connector. Can anyone
>>suggest a simple way of allowing 2 laptops access to this connection?
>>> maybe get one of these:
philip at imageviewer.co.uk
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