Thus spake Jobst Schmalenbach, on Mon, Oct 08, 2001 at 09:58:07AM +1000: > On Sat, Oct 06, 2001 at 07:30:02PM +1000, Jeff Waugh (jdub@xxxxxxxxxxx) wrote: > > <quote who="Minh Van Le"> > > > > > If normal residential DSL is so unreliable, what do the dedicated > > > servers and ISPs host their sites on ? > > > > Minh, > > > > Have a look at this page from connect.com.au: > > > > http://www.connect.com.au/docs/permconnections/types.html > > > > You can learn a lot about this stuff just by finding out about the products > > that providers such as AAPT, Connect and Telstra offer. > > ^^^^ ^^^^^^ > > Thats the sam bunch (aapt == connect). oooh, tiggy touch-wood here. > connect is a branch of aapt. Um ,technically yes. With the exception that Connect and AAPT offer quite different services (though some over lap - have I contradicted myself yet?). Connect will actually sell you AAPT competitors products and in most circumstance I've dealt with connect, they have recommended the AAPT competitors infrastructure. I think the general dissemination is that AAPT are a wanna be telco and Connect are a wanna be ISP. Still it's a bfw. -- Cheers, Craige.
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