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Re: Getting DSL at your datacenter for OOB

  • From: Leo Green
  • Date: Wed Nov 07 23:23:35 2007
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Try getting a hold of New Edge Networks.  I used to work for them, and
they have lots of experience setting up DSL in interesting situations,
for real technical users.  They've managed to get DSL installed in
airports, both in the non-secure as well as secure areas.  If anyone
can do it, their techs can.

On Nov 7, 2007 3:12 PM, David Ulevitch <[email protected]> wrote:
> We've been trying to get DSL (instead of dial-up via a POTS line) at our
> datacenters for out-of-band access.
> We had a great experience doing this with at PAIX in Palo Alto
> but have had no success at our other sites. ( isn't a national
> DSL provider)
> Has anyone found providers who can provision DSL circuits at: EQNX ASH,
> the MMR at 111 8th, and the Westin in Seattle?  Speakeasy, after trying
> valiantly, finally just gave up saying they just couldn't make it happen.
> Thanks,
> David Ulevitch

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