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On Wed, Dec 03, 2003 at 01:36:17PM -0800, Trevor Lango wrote:
> You don't need their software. All the machines on my network are
> running linux. You just need to know the URL for the particular DSL
> modem you have to be able to configure it. I don't use any of there
> connection software or browser software - no software at all!

Thanks for the information Trevor.  It would have been nice of SBC to
mention this to me at the time.  They did tell me that I could keep the
same e-mail address, so I'll probably try to switch soon.  I think
there's a whole bunch more dialup numbers all over the US as well (yep,
I do still use dialup on occasion).

-David


They sure do! You can get numbers for many cities all states:
http://sbcyahoo.prodigy.net/openPhone/index.html



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