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faq:dialup02 [2011/04/30 16:05]
clemens created
faq:dialup02 [2012/05/01 22:17] (current)
ivan Does not apply to SDF-EU.
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-[02] HOW MANY DIALUP NUMBERS? ​ CAN I USE ANY NUMBER? (ROAM) +
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-     There are over 10,000 DIALUP/ISDN numbers Nationwide and Canada. +
-     You can use *ANY* number you wish, so its perfect for people +
-     who travel+
  
-     Most numbers are v.92, which means you can most likely connect +// Last revision: 7100204c2b93ecc55748d9b5901bba4f //
-     ​anywhere between 52000 bps and 56000 bps if your modem/serial +
-     port supports that data rate.  Bit rates as low as 1200 are +
-     ​supported if your hardware requires that.  ISDN connections +
-     ​support 64000 bps per B channel.  +
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-     If you want to be really geeky about your connectivity,​ '​getdialup'​ +
-     ​provides you with the DIALUP NETWORK you would be gaining access to. +
-     Here are a list of the two letter acronyms and who the represent. +
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-            ALERON ​         te +
-            QWEST           qw +
-            UUNET           uu/u3 +
-            WORLDNET ​       wn   +
-            ELI             el +
-            O1 COMM         o1 +
-            CP WS           cp +
-            LEVEL 3         l3 +
-            FULLNET ​        n1 +
-            SPRINT ​         n3 +
-            WISPNET ​        n5 +
-            GRANDE COMM     tx +
-            STARNET ​        st +
-            PACWEST ​        pw +
-            CORETEL ​        ct +
-            BITWISE ​        bw +
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