Re: CUSEEME banned!!

Alex Watson (alex@pathfinders.com)
Tue, 30 Jul 1996 12:16:57 -0500 (CDT)


>> > My ISP has banned CUSEEME since the old version of cuseeme messed
>> > around with the bandwidth...

I think the ISP can ban it if they want, but it wouldnt be a very wise
thing to do. Here's the question: Is your ISP selling "Access" or
"Bandwidth"?

I have a dedicated ISDN, and have yet to get above 3.6k consistent
throughput anywhere except to my ISP. Where I should conceivably be
getting 7.5k w/o compression. In other words my ISDN is just as good as
a 28.8 modem. (1-b channel btw.)

alex

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