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Re: [SLUG] Telstra Outages
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- Subject: Re: [SLUG] Telstra Outages
- From: "Alan Lee" <alanlee@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun Jul 1 22:32:02 2001
Have you talked to connect.com.au?
My company, is getting a few ADSL links from then. They offer unlimited
uploads at no charge, and very very good download rate (A few GB a month for
free, then a low 14cents a mb afterwards)
My contact there is Sunny, sandeepk@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx (02 9409 2149). He is
fast, almost always contactable, checks his 'work' emails before he goes to
bed, and actually knows what things like DDS and spoofin means!
Regards, Alan Lee
----- Original Message -----
From: "Gnuthad" <slug-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "Slug List" <slug@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, July 01, 2001 9:55 PM
Subject: Re: [SLUG] Telstra Outages
> On 1 Jul 01, at 13:27, Andrew Foster wrote:
> > I was going to ask Pacific whether they provided a service like this, on
> > behalf of a client of ours, who was affected by the recent outage -
> > they're a bookshop with a cybercafe and so having no redundant
> > connection loses them customers.
> > Do they allow www et cetera or is it email-only?
> I was hoping to be a Pacific Internet customer about 2 months ago however,
> problems with a major telco (no names) resulted in the service apparently
> connected (and documentation produced to prove this....twice) while my
> line runs through a RIM exchange and is therefore incapable of having
> ever. My dealings with PI have been outstanding, they offer a great
> paper) and they would permit me to install any number of computers on the
> link, run and number/type of servers I chose, as well as offerring me free
> unlimited uploads. This fact alone convinced me to choose them for their
> service. Now all I need is said telco to actually do what they've already
> documented and install the ADSL line.
> P.S. Anyone who is either a lawyer or knows a lawyer, could you contact me
> offlist regarding my problem?
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