smorrey at gmail.com
Thu Nov 3 15:00:31 MST 2005
Oh by the way, reading more on the utopia project it seems thier goal
is bring a 150+Mbs fiber into every home that wants it, within the
State of Utah.
This has got to be the most awesome thing to come from our government,
since they decided to lay down power lines 100 or so years ago.
On 11/3/05, Dreamer <smorrey at gmail.com> wrote:
> Ok, I asked the sales guy just exactly that question.
> He said to the best of his knowledge that DOS was not compatible with
> the internet, and I would need to make sure all my computers were
> running windows or better.
> I'm running Linux, and that IS better than windows, so by the sales
> departments logic, I should be safe from some DOS possibly all of
> (note the above is satirical, and not meant to show my level knowledge
> in anyway)
> On 11/3/05, Sasha Pachev <sasha at asksasha.com> wrote:
> > > I know that its unlikely to hit the limit but thats not the point. :)
> > A good question to ask the sales is what is going to happen if you get hit by
> > some DOS ( like one of my clients is currently), and the ISP lets it run for
> > long enough to eat up your quota. In that regard, if you have a quota, I would
> > recommend running some bandwidth monitor of your own to deal with those issues.
> > --
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