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

I'm a little confused.  From the statement it looks like he's trying to hit an antanea on the OTHER SIDE of another house.  Not run multiple computers off of the service.


On Fri, 20 July 2001, Shwaine wrote:

> On Fri, 20 Jul 2001 14:33:42 -0700 (PDT), gherteg@valinux.com said:
> > 
> > Now if I could just borrow a couple of 14dBi directionals to see 
> if my new
> > place can talk to Greystone through the line of two story houses that
> > separate us... Hmmm.
> Just an FYI, but that would be in violation of Greystone's service 
> contract which states:
>    A minimum $150 charge is levied against any user connecting more
>    than one computer through a single Greystone IP address, (no
>    Proxies are allowed) or accepting or assigning a Greystone IP to
>    any person or persons.
> They are changing their service contracts for next year, but I'd 
> imagine that same clause will remain (perhaps better worded 
> for the last half, heh). 
> --------------------------------------------------------------------
> Shwaine the Wandering Arch of Malevolence
> http://www.malevolence.com        telnet://mud.malevolence.com:3000

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