tpg ADSL unlimited plan

Steven Hanley sjh at
Wed Feb 19 15:07:17 EST 2003

On Wed, Feb 19, 2003 at 03:01:27PM +1100, James McNeill wrote:
> I've just set up /exactly/ that thismorning. Yes, it is a real static IP,
> publicly routable (as far as I can tell). Havn't had much of a chance to
> play with it so far, but I'm very pleased with what i've seen.

Thanks for the feedback

> Make sure you get the ethernet modem, not the standard USB thing, as it's a
> winmodem and I couldn't find any nix drivers for it.

I already have an ADSL modem sitting at home that I can use for this
(ethernet one)

> There is a once off setup fee of $99. TPG don't block any ports, and
> servering is quite a viable option.

Which is lower than a lot of other companies ADSL setup fees anyway.

> The link is quite fast and stable thus far, and it is very nice to have
> everything statically addressed.

Ahh ADSL, generally low latency, SSH works. nuff said.

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