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Re: [vox] 802.11b wireless
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Re: [vox] 802.11b wireless

Depending on your traffic, 

might work for you.  Unfortuanatly as it is a metered service, I don't want to risk it because I don't actually my traffic patterns.  Never got around to maintaining MRTG on my home network.  SIGH.  Guess I should have.

In about a month, I will probably be building a yagi antennae so I can link to my friends house.  I'll have to assemble and post all the links to various sites I have found in the last few days.


On Thu, 19 July 2001, gherteg@valinux.com wrote:

> Are there any businesses in the line of sight of 5th and Pena that might be
> willing to help a LUG member establish an 802.11b broadband connection to the
> Internet (ala Robert X. Cringely's 802.11b bootleg -- see
> http://www.pbs.org/cringely/pulpit/pulpit20010712.html for details)?
> SBC's jerking Matt and I around by not telling us when we can expect the
> residential gateway to be partitioned for DSL, and OmSoft/Megapath can't get us
> service because of this...  @Home's not an option, thanks to TCI's terrible
> infrastructure, so now we're left with dialup or satellite...  Both are
> unpalletable.
> Can anyone help, or know of alternative solutions mentioned in replies to Mark's
> email?
> Thanks much in advance!
> -- Geoffrey

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