[aclug-L] Re: "Free" DSL?
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> From: discussion-bounce@xxxxxxxxx [mailto:discussion-bounce@xxxxxxxxx]On
> Behalf Of Brent Van Arsdell
> If you live close to one of the telephone stations listed in the
> previous e-mail you may be interested in "Free" DSL. My friend Bob
> Nuckolls and I are setting up our own networks to serve our own web
> sites. I live close to a substation, but I'm moving out of town soon.
> He lives just out of range of the station that is located at Douglas and
> We'd like to find someone who loves computers who is willing to baby-sit
> a few extra PC's in some out of the way dry corner of their house. The
> DSL deal we might get from SWBell allows 5 static IP's and we would use
> at most 4 of those with at most four Linux boxes (perhaps as few as 2).
> That leaves at least one static IP address and plenty of download
> bandwidth available for you. We will pay for the DSL and the extra
> electricity. You can do anything you want to with your IP (as long as
> it's legal and doesn't interfere with our relatively light server
> If this sounds like fun please check with SWBell to make sure you can
> get the service, then e-mail me at bvanarsdell@xxxxxxxxxxx
Boy you've opened up a can of worms here! :-) There's several people on
this list who already have DSL and subnets that have space available for
colocation. It just depends on what you need as for speed on which choice
is the most cost efficient.
<moderator's hat on>
That said, before we get a bunch of traffic about this, I would suggest that
everyone take the actual offering of prices/services to private email.
</moderator's hat off>
Dale W Hodge - dwh@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Secretary & Website Maintainer - info@xxxxxxxxx
Air Capital Linux User's Group (ACLUG)
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