[lug] Boulder ISPs

Robert L. Harris Robert.L.Harris at rnd-consulting.com
Tue Sep 5 10:55:09 MDT 2000

Check the speed.  Is it 144?  If so, it's iDSL, which is DSL over
ISDN.  That's what I have.  They still do everything use Qworst.


Thus spake Jeremy J Hinegardner/Boulder/IBM (jeremyhi at us.ibm.com):

> I'm ending up going with Jato Communications (http://www.jato.com)
> I'm still unclear on how they are doing it but they are able to get me
> DSL when no one else is able (including USWest).  Aparently they
> have their own CO down on Pearl Street.
> It is more expensive than normal residential DSL you could get from 
> a regular ISP in the area because it is considered a "business quality"
> connection. It is also SDLS not ADSL.  Also included is up to 16 static 
> IP addresses and DNS  service for 10 domains (according to my contract).
> And they are local which is also nice.
> -jeremy
> --
> ==================================================
> Jeremy Hinegardner             jeremyhi at us.ibm.com
> dialup is not an option.  it would be very painfull after having the T1.
> I'm looking for enhanced service including a static IP address or two.
> thanks for the info.
> Dan
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Robert L. Harris                |  Micros~1 :  
Senior System Engineer          |    For when quality, reliability 
  at RnD Consulting             |      and security just aren't
                                \_       that important!
      These are MY OPINIONS ALONE.  I speak for no-one else.
 perl -e 'print $i=pack(c5,(41*2),sqrt(7056),(unpack(c,H)-2),oct(115),10);'

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