Re: Cu-seeme and network connections

damian goldstein (damian@inch.com)
Wed, 16 Aug 1995 23:10:48 -0400


>To: Cathie_Tokarczyk@pion.wnyric.org
>From: damian@inch.com (damian goldstein)
>Subject: Re: Cu-seeme and network connections
>
>> We are currently trying to get our school district networked
>> to run Cu-seeme. I was wondering if anyone could tell me
>> what they are using for routers, phone line speed, etc. to
>> get out to the Net. How much bandwidth is recommended?
>> Thanks for any help you can give me. Please reply to
>> Cathie_Tokarczyk@pion.wnyric.org.
>>
>Dear Cathie,
>
> The questions you asked are a bit vague. There are too many factors that I don't know, however I am located in NYC and work for a voice and data communications firm so I believe if you narrow down some paramaters I can help.
> For instnce, are you on the net at all? What types of networks are you running? Will you desire dial-up connections to the internet (possibly ISDN) or will you want dedicated connections (possibly T-1)?
> If you give me some more info I could try to help.
>
>sincerely,
>Damian Goldstein
>
>212 627-4200, ext 255
>
Damian Goldstein
damian@inch.com

Telecommunications and Datacommunications analyst at
Cortel Business Systems.
(212)627-4200, ext 255

co-founder of LogicSys.Net, Internet consulting firm