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Re: [vox] Fiber to my door!
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Re: [vox] Fiber to my door!

I have an IP in the 65.x.x.x range. They do MAC
address registration and filtering. I suspect they
have a firewall as well.


--- Tom <tlburnett@ucdavis.edu> wrote:
> Hey Marc,
>    A friend of mine just signed up for WinFirst as
> well.
> He said I could install a Linux box at his house if
> I wanted to (game server 
> / file server).
> Is the IP WinFirst gave you an Internet IP or one on
> their own network?
> Telocity gives IP's in the 10.x.x.x. range is why I
> ask.
> We can't have a file server if we are NAT'ed behind
> a corporate network now 
> can we? :)
> Thanks,
> -Tom
> tlburnett@ucdavis.edu
> tom@gamerzday.com
> On Monday 22 October 2001 19:13, you wrote:
> > Well, I now have high speed internet. WinFirst has
> > been digging around in my neigborhood (South
> Natomas)
> > long enough. After a day of install work, I have
> > broadband (about 7-8MB), telephone and cable in
> one
> > package. The data and telephone stream are carried
> on
> > fiber to the house, the cable is on coax from a
> > neighborhood switch.
> >
> > The only down side...no usenet server at WinFirst.
> Did
> > I really need those binary groups? At least the
> text
> > groups are carried by Dejanews.
> >
> > In other good news about this, I was able to set
> up my
> > Linux to work with this. I have a hardware
> > router/firewall doing DHCP for me. Once I set the
> > Linux box for DHCP and entered the DNS addresses,
> we
> > were off!
> >
> > Now to download Redhat 7.2 ...
> >
> > Marc Hasbrouck
> >
> > __________________________________________________
> > Do You Yahoo!?
> > Make a great connection at Yahoo! Personals.
> > http://personals.yahoo.com

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