not Linux-related, I apologize, however we're a group of experts so I'm hoping someone here will have an answer.
I have Utopia, I got in when they would allow paying a (reasonably) higher price to own the hardware rather than lease it. The hardware is limited to 100Mbps, and Utopia is upgrading their infrastructure. To take advantage of this Utopia is providing an upgrade, but for lease - I may have read there's a way to purchase, but this option is a couple/few thousand dollars (for a $100 piece of hardware plus installation?). I'm hoping there's a way I can get the connection to work without leased-hardware, or paying thousands. I purchased a Ubiquity fiber gateway, if it doesn't work I don't mind buying the same hardware Utopia is using. The old hardware had a weird way of connecting the fiber - it didn't have a standard connector, you had to strip the fiber and hook it in directly somehow. So I need a connection that will fit the new hardware. If you know someone who is good at terminating fiber I'd appreciate if you'd pass along their contact info, or pass mine to them. Also, if you're familiar with Utopia and know this won't work please let me know before I break it and have to have them come out and fix it (and probably force me into the lease). Thanks, Eric F. Olsen /* PLUG: http://plug.org, #utah on irc.freenode.net Unsubscribe: http://plug.org/mailman/options/plug Don't fear the penguin. */