I want to setup a small isp 500-1000 users, all located in a small geographical area within the same area code. I can get a T-1 for about $699 per month. users will be dial-up at this stage. Issues are
any help or feedback
** budget is llimited of course about $10,000 USD**
Thank you for the info. I am checking availability of the equipment. Will go with the AS5850 for right now. I am only CCNA plus 25% CCNP right now. Goal is CCIE- comm and services. I think this endeavor will help. Again thanks
Interesting goal. Here is a question. If you go the AS5850 route with 1 T1 how many users can be connected through dial up at the same time on the single T1 and all getting the max. bandwidth for dialup?
Are you still in the isp business? If so what keeps you there? On the telco and money part I have to agree. Benefits of a free marketplace are however niches can be exploited in almost any area. I would value your best practices and lessons learned if possible email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thankyou for the input
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