[lug] Request for ISP information
caldodge at fpcc.net
Tue Feb 27 06:08:34 MST 2001
Ferdinand Schmid wrote:
> I have been using Fairplay communications (fpcc.net) for about 1.5 years.
> They are a small ISP (nationwide but small). Their service is decent - I
> had very few service problems. They seem to disconnect you if your line
> has been sitting idle for a while (30 min or so). This has never bothered
And once in a while the mail server seems to go catatonic.
But overall I'm VERY happy with them.
> me though. They do offer shell accounts with your dial-up service, which a
> use quite a bit. Their systems seem to run Linux. I also like their easy
Yep - the "home" system is a Sparc running kernel 2.0.35.
> to remember web addresses (http://yourAccount.fpcc.net).
> I am also noticing that my fpcc.net account gets close to zero spam! They
> must do some filtering.
Yes, when Kirk commented on spam blocking methods, I knew he knew what he was
talking about, based on the tiny amount of spam which I've seen.
> Very nice folks - one of them is a member on this list and I have never
> seen him take advantage of this list to advertise his business!
Kirk (kirk at fpcc.net) IS a nice guy, and usually responds quickly to email
requests (most recently at around 8 p.m. - don't you have a life, Kirk? ;^)
Anyway, I second Ferdinand's recommendation.
Certified Linux Bigot (tm)
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