Re: [WISPA] Can you believe this?

2006-01-17 Thread David E. Smith
Charles Wu wrote: snip Despite working for a WISP, I can't get my company's service at my house. If it were available here, I'd be a Speakeasy customer in no time, because they're so friendly to the geek market. /snip Out of curiosity -- how does allowing connection sharing qualify as being

RE: [WISPA] Can you believe this?

2006-01-16 Thread Jonathan Schmidt
. . j o n a t h a n -Original Message-From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]On Behalf Of Kurt FankhauserSent: Monday, January 16, 2006 6:28 PMTo: 'WISPA General List'Subject: RE: [WISPA] Can you believe this? That doesnt sound like a good idea, if they even do get it to

RE: [WISPA] Can you believe this?

2006-01-16 Thread Kurt Fankhauser
Schmidt Sent: Monday, January 16, 2006 2:02 PM To: WISPA General List Subject: RE: [WISPA] Can you believe this? Well, Kurt, here's a piece of the Terms of Agreement that a RoadRunner subscriber contractually agrees to: Subscriber will not resell the Service, or any portion thereof

RE: [WISPA] Can you believe this?

2006-01-16 Thread David E. Smith
Jonathan Schmidt wrote: But, yes, the Terms of Agreement for broadband contracts usually specify limiting access to the premises on the address of the contract. Otherwise, for $50 an apartment manager could get a router and hub and wire up the building and give free Internet access. It all

RE: [WISPA] Can you believe this?

2006-01-16 Thread Charles Wu
snip Despite working for a WISP, I can't get my company's service at my house. If it were available here, I'd be a Speakeasy customer in no time, because they're so friendly to the geek market. /snip Out of curiosity -- how does allowing connection sharing qualify as being friendly to the geek