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  • September 2nd, 2004, 07:55 PM
    B71655
    Man, this dude wants a ground station, no lag, outrageouse pings and would like to know how many servers and so on he needs for his home. Might be cheaper to build a switching station for his local telco? DSL Baby! Anybody maybe smell a "Clocking is Good?" thread?
  • September 1st, 2004, 12:57 PM
    GroundZero3
    wow i am confused.

    so is he wanting to create a wisp?
  • September 1st, 2004, 12:08 PM
    natbeys
    Quote Originally Posted by filipino
    but em i right?


    i should have put up a yawning smilie here. hey mods how putting something like that on ur website.
  • September 1st, 2004, 11:57 AM
    filipino
    but em i right?
  • September 1st, 2004, 11:56 AM
    natbeys
    Quote Originally Posted by filipino
    GZ now ur confused too hahaha... he wants to have those computer hardware etc. like those cable internet provider have but what he wants to do is no connection between him and any other telecommunication that provide internet access. its like he wants to start his own AT&T
    , (i do laugh at myself sometimes but u made me laugh again)
  • September 1st, 2004, 11:49 AM
    filipino
    GZ now ur confused too hahaha... he wants to have those computer hardware etc. like those cable internet provider have but what he wants to do is no connection between him and any other telecommunication that provide internet access. its like he wants to start his own AT&T
  • September 1st, 2004, 11:43 AM
    GroundZero3
    oh when then in that case

    get cable internet with a wireless router and some wireless cards and presto instant internet with no cables attached
  • September 1st, 2004, 11:41 AM
    filipino
    GZ i think what he wants is to have internet access same speed as cable but no wires attached? no telecommunication no satellite, i think he wants to buy stuff that will make those things possible.
  • September 1st, 2004, 07:21 AM
    GroundZero3
    im still not sure what the heck he is asking but ill run with the general idea that he wants to start his own ISP

    if your gonna support a large number of customers he will need something larger than a T1

    first before you think about investing or throwing money into anything you need to do research about the local area. Get a feeling of who is interested and who is not. Who the competition is. The cost, you will need to find out if the cable lines have the ability to transfer internet data. They had to redo all the cable lines out here in my area because they were old and unsuitable for reliable transfer
  • September 1st, 2004, 03:45 AM
    Whir
    T1 != cable or DSL. T1s, T3s come directly from the carrier, like Sprint or Ameritech. And while they may have DSL also, T1 != DSL.

    The internet is a big place, but Google makes it small. Do some research.
  • September 1st, 2004, 03:18 AM
    HeadBand
    everywhere has sattalite...if you can point a dish twoard the sky you can have sattalite...and its hard to imagine a t1 being availible if cable or dsl isn't
  • September 1st, 2004, 03:18 AM
    natbeys
    how do u setup a cable internet provider?
    can u tell what are the cost to build one?
    and it wud be very helpful if u give the hardware requirements like what are the types of cables, how many servers,computers,etc..
    i am in doubt that i have to buy these or not amplifiers,cable modems , computers, receivers,CMTS(cable modem terminal system).
  • September 1st, 2004, 03:12 AM
    natbeys
    Quote Originally Posted by Whir
    You would have to purchase a T1 from your local telecommunications carrier.

    Or if no one provides cable (hard to believe for a city), look into DSL.
    i dont know what is T1 and how much it costs ? i am setting up internet through cable (or internet through dish) thats all.
  • September 1st, 2004, 03:02 AM
    Whir
    You would have to purchase a T1 from your local telecommunications carrier.

    Or if no one provides cable (hard to believe for a city), look into DSL.
  • September 1st, 2004, 02:46 AM
    natbeys
    Quote Originally Posted by washe
    If I understood correcly he wants to setup cable internet.... but he doesnt have a supplier... he wants to know what equipment is needed for it.... and move with all the equipment when he changes places

    Im correct natbeys?
    thumbs up
  • September 1st, 2004, 02:43 AM
    washe
    If I understood correcly he wants to setup cable internet.... but he doesnt have a supplier... he wants to know what equipment is needed for it.... and move with all the equipment when he changes places

    Im correct natbeys?
  • September 1st, 2004, 02:38 AM
    filipino
    get a cable/dsl subscription to solve your problem you cannot provide internet without connections to any telecommunication company.
  • September 1st, 2004, 02:31 AM
    natbeys
    Quote Originally Posted by HeadBand
    ok so what you want to do is make it like what the cable company has at your house, but not sell it just use it for your own use...if that is the case it is much mor expensive than you think...probobally millions, if you just get satalite internet it will be much easier
    sattelite internet is not available here and i heard somewhere that u cannot play multiplayer games on sattelite internet.
  • September 1st, 2004, 02:29 AM
    natbeys
    as i told u erlier i am moving from this city and there is no cable internet provider (only have dial up connection which is very slow) there thats y i want to setup like cable internet provider but only for home.
    that helps me but not that much StealthyV. thanks
  • September 1st, 2004, 02:24 AM
    StealthyV
    this thread is like trying to watch tv while being dragged across the carpet by the ankles by your mean older brother............


    it kinda doesn't make sense, and it's hard to follow!



    good luck trying to sort out your issue, and I hope you find the link I provided somewhat useful...it's a good site for helping figure out networking.

    ~Branson
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