Just a quit though - correct me if I am wrong, but...
Isnt blocking competition very un-American somehow?
Is blocking even possible?
Seriously? You would categorize government-subsidized broadband expansion
as capitalistic competition?
Jenco Wireless wrote:
The Lenovo x61 is supposed to be pretty good - I just can't make myself
spend that kind of money.
I have the x60. It does not have xbrite or anything. I've used it
outside a little. But, I don't think I'd want to do that very much.
It's legible, though, IIRC.
On Thu, 2007-02-08 at 12:50 -0600, Matt wrote:
What I would like to know is what is the cheapest router that is
supported by OpenWRT?
I'd almost guarantee it's the Buffalo WHR-G54S. I've only one so far.
It's been at grandma's house doing a 300' link in client mode. It's
been installed almost
Peter R. wrote:
FCC Commissioner Mike Copps writes an editorial for the Wash. Post
America's Internet Disconnect
By Michael J. Copps
Wednesday, November 8, 2006; Page A27
America's record in expanding broadband communication is so poor that it
should be viewed as an
Brian Rohrbacher wrote:
Will a vonage # and service work with a fax machine?
I wouldn't count on it. The service needs to have T.38 compatibility.
I believe that BroadVoice offers that.
but, you could get a separate fax service which forwards fax to your
email. I think that would be a
Brian Rohrbacher wrote:
I have some mini-pci cards but I don't know anything about them. Anyone
know of a good way to determine what they are. Maybe by mac address?
use linux (on a laptop with a mini-pci slot). Run lspci to show the
manufacturer's ID, name, etc, of the hardware.
I came across an old post of yours and was wondering whether you
definitively decided if the Arlan 630-900 APs could be bridged. I've
not been able to find a clear answer. I'm looking for a cheap 900 mhz
If you were successful in bridging them, could you comment on
on there; but, I should have RTFM a little more. These
aftermarket firmwares install most easily and readily on the WRT54GL.
See open source routers at:
Rick Harnish wrote:
I refuse to sell Linksys routers anymore
I agree with the other two posts by Jack and JohnnyO. They are nifty
devices. I use the FD4070 Belkins (think that's the model).
But, I don't really think using these in commercial applications is a
good idea. I have had problems with having to reset both devices
Sorry if I was totally off base; I wasn't quite sure what you were asking.
Marlon K. Schafer (509) 982-2181 wrote:
anyone seen anything like this before?
be number one anymore? That's
a qualification that's hard to buy for $2.4m, even if it's not a perfect
Census Data for Kissimmee:
Bob Moldashel wrote:
3500 registered users
the idea. We won't stop these efforts in many
cases, no matter how hard we try. But, we might be able to ride the
tide if we try to cooperate and provide assistance.
Travis Johnson wrote:
You guys are all missing the point
someone at the remote office; this would be ugly).
Hope that helps,
John J. Thomas wrote:
Here is one example, Google will probably get you cheaper ones
(with plenty of horsepower), but cheaper.
Luck to ya,
Bo Hamilton wrote:
Im looking at setting up some VPN's and I have looked at many routers
that claim ease of use. Linksys, NetGear, D-Link and so on. I was
wondering if someone could tell me what
care to share who you're using for termination or how much volume you're
Matt Liotta wrote:
Charles Wu wrote:
Out of curiosity...do you mean 2-5 cents per minute? Or 0.2 to 0.5
.2 cents; 2 cents a minute wouldn't be a very good deal.
Asterisk PBX. It's an open-source PBX server.
I can help you set up a server, if needed.
Bill Austin wrote:
I need to setup an automated call system. One
I have an older PC and a voice-capable modem that I can use for this.
I can also give it a public IP so it can be administered from anywhere.
Brian Whigham wrote:
Are you talking about an Auto Attendant that can provide precanned
messages for callers like a call
I don't know what volume Matt's dealing with. But, I haven't checked
the lowest prices in a few months; so my interest was piqued.
Here's what I found. If anyone has any experience with these providers,
let me know. Both provide IAX2 and SIP.
sellvoip.net (since '97)
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