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Re: [vox] How about frame relay? (was: No DSL, no cable -- options?
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Re: [vox] How about frame relay? (was: No DSL, no cable -- options?

I use allot of FRAME at work. I am very happy with it. and the price looks 
very competative.

On Friday 13 July 2001 15:21, you wrote:
> Okay, so let's say I can't get DSL.  Would that mean I can't get frame
> relay either?  Or does it work differently enough that I could get it?
> Remember my problem is *not* with the distance but with the line.
> I found a place in Novato that provides 128Kbps frame relay connection for
> $180/mo, which is actually slighly less than what I used to pay with ISDN
> several years ago (by the minute charges ::shudder::)  Although that's not
> as fast as ADSL in download speed, what I actually really need is low
> latency so I can ssh, and decent enough speed to download Linux
> distributions if I really want to burn my own copy, and ssh/ftp from
> outside in case I need something from my system.  Frame relay seems to fit
> this category, and although I'm not sure if I'd want to pay $180/mo, I'd
> like to find out if it's an option or not.
> Thanks again guys!
> -Mark
> --
> Mark K. Kim
> http://www.cbreak.org/mark/
> PGP key available upon request.

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