ISP in U. K. supporting 56KFlex modem

ISP in U. K. supporting 56KFlex modem

Post by Yon Han CHON » Fri, 04 Dec 1998 04:00:00



Is there an internet service provider in U. K. who supports a 56KFlux
modem?

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Flow Control and Prediction Group | Tel: + 44 1234 750 111 ext. 5420

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ISP in U. K. supporting 56KFlex modem

Post by Trev » Sat, 05 Dec 1998 04:00:00


On Thu, 03 Dec 1998 16:49:54 +0100, Yon Han CHONG


>Is there an internet service provider in U. K. who supports a 56KFlux
>modem?

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>Yon Han CHONG                     |
>Flow Control and Prediction Group | Tel: + 44 1234 750 111 ext. 5420

>Cranfield University              | Fax: + 44 1234 752 149
>United Kingdom                    | Mobile: + 44 958 381 395
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Try Demon Internet

Regards
Trevor
Oakhaven Consultants Ltd
Reading, England

 
 
 

ISP in U. K. supporting 56KFlex modem

Post by Clive Snellgrov » Sat, 05 Dec 1998 04:00:00


Demon also have good support for Linux on line. SO if you have problems
just take a look at their doucumentation, not sure of address.

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Tel. 0181 624 6223



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1. Can ISP detect when dial-ins are 'overloaded' ?


Is this really SO difficult to understand !?!
If you don't realise that internet communication via dialup
[and also not via dialup] entails a series of traffic flows,
consider the following analogy.

You plan to make a pysical journey thus:
1. collect your documents.
2. lock the house.
3. walk to the bus stop.
4. board the bus
5. walk from the bus to your destination.

If there's a bus 'strike' causing busses to be much
delayed, and you KNOW of such then you can make an
intelligent decision to re-schedule your journey to another
day/time.

Similarly the ISP's system knows that congestion is
causing an extra wait  before the client is PAP-confirmed.
And by feeding back a telco engaged signal to before
receiving modem will save their client the futile telco
connect cost.

Similarly if you KNOW that there will be a long
queue/wait at a facility, you can intelligently decide to
NOT start your 'journey' and rather 'try another time'.  
But NOT if the 'signal' is not fed back from the
over-loaded facility to the client.

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