On 9/6/06, Harry Duncan <usr.src.linux at gmail.com> wrote:
> The local loop is Eircom's, once it reaches the ATM its routed onto
> magnet, and the pppoe is provided by magnet dishing out magnet
> ip's.... I'd say that technically, that is magnet's network.
I'd say, that technically, as the person who set up the original
Bitstream based service that Magnet now use, you're talking bollox.
For a start, there's more than just ATM between the old Netsource
broadband aggregation server and ATM.
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