On Fri, 12 Jul 2002, Scott Fletcher wrote:
> Miguel Cruz <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in:
>> On Thu, 11 Jul 2002, Scott Fletcher wrote:
>>> Are you sure these newsgroup work? I tried subscribing to it and got a
>>> response saying newsgroup server could not be found. I didn't have that
>>> problem with PHP Newsgroup or mozilla.org Newsgroup.
>> Yes, they all definitely work. Remember that different news servers carry
>> different newsgroups. Your ISP should be running a news server that
>> carries all of the above-listed groups, though, as they're in the main
>> hierarchy. Just ask your ISP for the name of its news server.
>> Alternatively, you can read them all in groups.google.com, though they're
>> about 12 hours behind.
> I don't have ISP, I use T1, the local network I'm on is direct to the
> internet. I can type in www.cnn.com and it can go where it go quickly
> without a problem. The same goes for news.php.net Newsgroup.
You still have an ISP. You can't peer using something as tiny as a T1.
Just traceroute somewhere and you'll see what your ISP is. Then go
to their web site, look for the customer support page, and they should
list their NNTP server somewhere.
Alternatively, there is a free server in Germany you can use if your ISP
doesn't provide decent news service. Go to http://news.cis.dfn.de/ for
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