[clug] Recommendations for a DSL link
neil at goldweb.com.au
Wed Dec 10 14:38:45 GMT 2003
How about one of the Local Canberra ISPs? Goldweb Internet
I don't like advertising such things to the list but here goes..
* Residentaial Grade
* $88 Connection Fee or $88 Churn fee
(Note Connection fee normally $179 however on special till end of month)
* 512/128 - $99 per month
(No Capping, No slow downs, Unlimited Uploads)
Options of Static IPs ($11 connection fee)
1 Static IP address $5 / mth
4 Static IP addresses (2 usable) $18 / mth
8 Static IP addresses (6 usable) $28 / mth
16 Static IP addresses (14 usable) $49 / mth
32 Static IP addresses (30 usable) $91 / mth
Business Grade 512/512 is available
Email me for Prices
> Neil Symons <neil at goldweb.com.au> <
> Goldweb Internet - (02) 62530059 BH (0500) 528932 AH <
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On Wednesday, 10 December 2003 at 01:19PM, John <newsx1 at bestpond.com> managed to get the following past my procmail filter:
> > I know it's off topic for this list and it's been asked a few times
> > but I've got some specific needs for a DSL link and I was hoping
> > someone here could point me in a good direction.
> If you want reliable service and support. You cannot go past Internode. They
> do outstanding things and go the "extra mile".
> > Needed:
> > A DSL link of at least 512/128 (would prefer 512/512)
> > Usage of around 6Gb/month (unlimited would be nice but not required)
> > Ability to run servers No shaping or "peak times" weirdness Now the
> > tough one. A static /29 assignment
> They have 512/512 available and they have a flat rate series of plans which
> are tops.
> > Why I'm after this:
> > I run a network of machines to run a website and various other
> > services to help support students doing courses at CIT. I do part time
> > teaching at CIT (mainly for the Linux based courses) and set up
> > website to provide extra resources for students and also to try and
> > demonstrate what we teach so they can see what we're talking about is
> > actually relevant.
> > The website has grown and changed quite a lot since it's inception and
> > I've started adding extra services such as webmail and I'm planning to
> > bring in a whole bunch more such as instant messenging via a public
> > Jabber server. The entire network is powered by open source products
> > sitting on some fairly robust second hand machines (eBay is my
> > friend..)
> Internode support Linux and have mirrors available to their users of most of
> the main Linux software.
> > Other things:
> > I've got a budget of approx. $150/month set aside for bandwidth costs.
> > Of course cheaper would be better.
> > Link I currently have is unfortunately not part of the fast churn
> > process (long story involving a certain monopolistic communications
> > company) so when/if I do move this link across it means the oh so fun
> > process of terminating my current link and getting the new one
> > activated. Prefer to avoid as much down time as possible but I know
> > the wonderful world of DSL provision can have it's hiccups. At least I
> > know the line is able to get DSL.
> I think you would find internode will help you here, give them a call, or visit:
> Best wishes,
> > I would prefer to deal with a local ACT company and am willing to
> > entertain some form of low level of advertising on the site if need be
> > to secure a decent deal (be aware the website doesn't exactly get
> > flooded with visitors however).
> > Oh and due to location of servers (my flat) Transact is sadly not an
> > option.
> > Any help or pointers greatly appreciated.
> > Cheers
> > Daniel
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