I have an uncommon problem. Our customer wants Internet access on their existing telephone wires. Rewiring and building-up a LAN are not allowed. They would like the following:
Somebody comes to their place, plugs his/her modem of laptop in the telephone plug and access the Internet.
One bizarre solution is to use an access router with analog modem interfaces. I forget to mention they have a leased line to the local ISP. So they can make a local dial in and access the net through the leased line. I know that this solution are very expensive and mad, but the cost does not matter.
If somebody knows a better idea please disclose it.
Are you saying that say, a Sales Rep or support guy from A N Other Co. comes in to work on the PBX for instance, and requires web access without having to join the domain? If so, your customer could provide a dedicated exchange line (or PBX extension with external access) to the visitor and he could use his own dial access/ISP?
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