It's allright - I've found what I was looking for.
If any of ye are interested, I have the entire (USA) internet backbone
topology on my web page now -
On Wed, 25 Aug 1999, you wrote:
> Stephen Shirley wrote:
> > Question: what capacity is the internet backbone
> > in Ireland and internationally??
>> depends who you go thru, though most ISPs go via MCI or Worldcom
> (dont flame if I got this wrong)
> Esat.net have the biggest at the mo. AFAIK. something like 40Mb ?
>> > Steve
> > --
> > <The .sig got shot cause
> > someone didn't like it>
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> > Irish Linux Users' Group Social Events: social at linux.ie> > http://www.linux.ie/mailman/listinfo/social for (un)subscription information.
> > List maintainer: listmaster at linux.ie>> Sean.
<The .sig got shot cause
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