Re[2]: Ready for ISDN

Michael Sattler (msattler@jungle.com)
Wed, 8 Feb 1995 14:58:30 -0500


>>Yeah, I found out today this whole network thing is based on how much
>>bandwidth is available and how much is being used....
>
>I access at the office. We're getting a kilostream line soon
^^^^^^^^^^

WHOOP! WHOOP! BUZZWORD ALERT! TAKE COVER! THIS IS NOT A DRILL!

>(64 or 128, not sure which) which should be better as I find
>ISND HIGHLY unreliable. [more deleted]

Well, of course. You should consider trying ISDN instead. It also comes
in 64 and 128 kbps flavors.

Line-dropping is no more a feature of ISDN than bad spelling is a feature
of TCP/IP. Your becomming an Internet Service Provider (ISP) is no
technical cure if your lab folks can't keep an ISDN up-and-running.

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