Small business IP connection recommendations
phayze at SecureRoot.org.uk
Fri Sep 26 12:07:06 BST 2003
On Fri, 2003-09-26 at 11:46, Duncan Barclay wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've been tasked with sorting out an internet connection for a small
> business. It is moving to new offices and wants about 256 or 512kb/s
> downstream and about 128 or 256kb/s upstream. The CEO doesn't want to have
> to pay BT 1000's for leased lines.
having a leased line sounds like an overkill, any xDSL sounds better
I remember having a ISDN line from easynet at one point, and it was very
very expensive compared to the adsl lines.
> Does anyone have suggestions for suppliers for business ADSL (assuming that
> the exchange is up to it, we need to check) or other ideas if ADSL isn't
Hm, we've been with Plus.NET provide static IPs even for residential services,
Pipex will give you about /29 Network very cheap as well - HomeOffice service, Nildram is good too.
Or at end you can get a 2-3-4 adsl lines and aggregate them.
hope that helps,
Lou Kamenov <phayze at SecureRoot.org.uk>
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