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What's everybody connecting to the net with?

Discussion in 'Bits & Bytes' started by Techie2000, Dec 4, 2002.

  1. Techie2000

    Techie2000 The crowd would sing:

    I personally am using SBC DSL 1.5Mbps/128Kbps and like it a lot...:)
  2. Steve

    Steve Is that it, then?

    Here at work, Verizon ADSL 7.1Mbps/768Kbps with a Covad SDSL at 768/768 static IP for VPN and backup Internet access.

    At home? Crappy 56k dial-up. No broadband except satellite is availabe :(
  3. btdude

    btdude Veteran Member

    (points to the desk) THAT thing with the cable cord coming out of it

    LOL Surfboard 1500/130 and Comcast as the ISP.
  4. IamZed

    IamZed ...

    Piece-o-Crap Ameritech. They pulled my copper from the DSLAM when I cancled my phone. That was illegal as they had a contract with Covad to let me use their lines. They said they would wait 6 weeks to process any Covad order but I could be back online in two weeks with them at twice the speed. They capped me at half was I used to get.
    So now I am on line with crap. Roadrunner bypassed my street by accident and promises to come back and get it within two weeks.
  5. tke711

    tke711 Oink Oink Staff Member

    Work: Road Runner 3000/768 business class service

    Home: Road Runner 2000/384 residential service.
  6. bruzzes

    bruzzes Truthslayer

    Adelphia Cable 3200 down 128 up.
  7. BigDeputyDog

    BigDeputyDog Straight Shootin Admin Staff Member

    Comcast 1500/128... It has been very stable for me... :)

    BDD... :{)
  8. mikepd

    mikepd Veteran Member

    Verizon Online 1.5/384 DSL that currently supports a network consisting of 3 desktops and 2 notebooks running Microsoft Windows Windows 2K Pro, XP Pro or various Linux distros. The network sits behind a Zyxel Zywall 10II router/firewall which is ICSA ceritfied. One nice thing about being in an ex-GTE area is I get to use DHCP instead of PPPoE and if my service goes down I can talk directly with VADI instead of having to go through VOL.
  9. Scott

    Scott Some Assembly Required

    optimum online. caps set at 9999/999, i see 8000/910 through a terayon TJ100 modem, which goes through a linksys BEFSR41V2
  10. Paladin

    Paladin Have Gun -- Will Travel

    ADSL capped at 768/128. Have been synching lately in the mid 600's. Can't complain -- I'm grandfathered at 20K feet from the C.O. -- DSL is not available at that distance. According to the router's logs, I lose synch about every other day on average. Cayman usually re-links in under 2 minutes.
  11. valgore

    valgore Veteran Member

    I have had roadrunner now for about two months and i am very happy with it. before that I had dsl through prodigy/covad. downloads were only about 400 kps and upload was almost non-existent. then prodigy became SBC yahoo and I said I'm outta here.
  12. ShinyTop

    ShinyTop I know what is right or wrong!

    BellSouth - 1500/256 - Cayman Modem/Router - SMC switch - 4 computers hooked up usually. Have an SMC router and Alcatel Modem I replaced when I got a chance to use a Cayman for free.

    Excellent service - Cox is available at 3000/256 but are down a lot a few miles away with my Mom so I just stick with BellSouth.
  13. mikeky

    mikeky Member

    We all hate you. Just kidding (partly) ;)

    Alltel (which just bought out Verizon in KY), 1.5/128, rock solid so far.
  14. Scott

    Scott Some Assembly Required

    if it makes you feel better, OOL's email and newsgroup servers SUCK. :haha:
  15. midranger4

    midranger4 Banned

    I hate to rain on your parade Scott but it appears OOL is experimenting with caps.

    If you visit the form at BBR the place is abuzz with the topic.

    I readily admit I envy the service levels provided presently by OOL but cannot envision them being able to maintain such high service levels forever.

    I'm on Comcast running at 1500/128 and am lucky enough to be in a stable area and I am indeed fortunate consdering some of the horror stories coming out of MD for example.
  16. Pyrion

    Pyrion Liquid Metal Nanomorph

    Motorola SB4200 on Cox HSI, 256kbps up, 3192kbps down. :)

    <pre>Tracing route to globalaffairs.org []
    over a maximum of 30 hops:

    1 9 ms 9 ms 9 ms
    2 9 ms 9 ms 10 ms pwy1aggr01-vlncmt01.sd.sd.cox.net []
    3 12 ms 15 ms 13 ms fed1sysr01-gex1504.sd.sd.cox.net []
    4 10 ms 11 ms 11 ms fed1dsrc02-gex0303.sd.sd.cox.net []
    5 11 ms 11 ms 11 ms fed1bbrc02-pos0101.rd.sd.cox.net []
    6 15 ms 12 ms 11 ms fed1bbrc01-pos0100.rd.sd.cox.net []
    7 13 ms 13 ms 11 ms POS2-0.hsipaccess2.SanDiego1.Level3.net []
    8 13 ms 12 ms 12 ms ge-6-1-0.mp2.SanDiego1.level3.net []
    9 47 ms 50 ms 47 ms so-0-2-0.mp1.Houston1.Level3.net []
    10 46 ms 45 ms 46 ms gige9-0.hsipaccess1.Houston1.Level3.net []
    11 47 ms 47 ms 45 ms unknown.Level3.net []
    12 50 ms 46 ms 46 ms
    13 46 ms 47 ms 46 ms o0-2jp2.hou002bd02.yipes.com []
    14 47 ms 48 ms 46 ms o0-2bd2.hou003bd02.yipes.com []
    15 48 ms 51 ms 47 ms o5-3bd2.hou005ap01.yipes.com []
    16 48 ms 48 ms 49 ms summittrading.com []
    17 58 ms 54 ms 55 ms

    Trace complete.</pre>
  17. mrRT

    mrRT Tech Mod

    Netplex DSL 1536/128..but I can hit the RT with a rock from my house (and HAVE thought of doin just that sometimes)..

    2002-12-05 07:30:10 EST: 1303 / 137
    Your download speed : 1303522 bps, or 1303 kbps.
    A 159.1 KB/sec transfer rate.
    Your upload speed : 137268 bps, or 137 kbps.

    (usually a bit higher)

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