From: Robert Sweetnam (sweetr at domain indigo.ie)
Date: Fri 14 May 1999 - 10:38:36 IST
Just out of curiositys sake I contaceted TE, I live in Youghal and asked
about a 128k leased line to Cork which is 30 miles away and was quoted £1300
for Installation and about £5000 a year. I know for a fact that there are at
leased 4 leased lines already in the town.
Esat on the other hand quoted a similar installation and about £4000 per
year. Unfortunatley it looks as if I'll have to settle for an ISDN line.
All, ive got to figure out now is routing data through the D channel. Any
body have any info on doing this, the idea is to route e-mail through it.
----- Original Message -----
From: Paul Curtayne <niche at domain tinet.ie>
To: Justin Mason <jm at domain netnoteinc.com>
Cc: ILUG <ilug at domain linux.ie>
Sent: Friday, May 14, 1999 10:10 AM
Subject: Re: [ILUG] OT: read and puke
> > "Covad is offering flat-rate pricing based on speed and distance.
> > Symmetrical DSL at 144 kilobits per second from one remote site to a
> > point under 500 miles away will cost $135 a month - around half the
> > cost of running a frame relay service to the remote office, the
> > claimed"
> > How much would TE charge for a 144 kilobits per second always on
> link from
> > Dublin to a branch office in Cork or Limerick?
> > Mote at http://www.covad.com
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