Interesting.....what confuses me is how they can support Cu-SeeMe/Quake
but not support H.323 applications. One wonders what kind of
proxy/firewall they got going.
And this bothers me....
Q.15 Can a company have more than one ADSL connection, for
A. No, BTopenworld do not guarantee service on ADSL connections, therefore
you can not use an additional ADSL line for redundancy/up-time.
There was an article on some american site last week, about load balancing
across multiple ADSL lines to get a cheaper T1. Seeems their trying to nip
that idea in the bud as well.
Ahhh well...that's how a decent telco can do it, now lets sit back and
watch how eircom do..... :)
On Tue, 29 Aug 2000, It appears adam beecher said.......
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