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Old 04-03-2002, 06:09 PM   #1
hitesh_linux
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Lightbulb A complete step by step guidens needed to setup isp


Hello Friends,


I want to setup ISP.help needed.with good book and tutorials on ISP.(step by step)

Hitesh
 
Old 04-03-2002, 07:23 PM   #2
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ISP???


this is saying you need some help with internet service provider


What kind of help do you need?

You should not have to read a book to get it figured out.

However...

A lot more info about the setup is required.
 
Old 04-03-2002, 10:41 PM   #3
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ISP help !!

Hello

I am want to clear isp concept , on how to seutp ISP.for that what should i need to do. i want to do pratical.so help me if possible.

what are the things should i need.and what is flow ,services i have to configure to isp.any more things needed or not ?


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Old 04-04-2002, 01:13 AM   #4
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You are setting up an ISP?

You need to decide what type you want

Dialup
LAN
Other

It will depend on the clients

If it's in a single building I would say LAN

Else you may want dialup, or Wireless network.
Wireless is fast but it's expensive and range limited, and may be trouble.

How many people will connect, etc

Your gonna need to buy ip addresses. Set up a web server for client space. email server.

Not to mention a high speed connection.

If you are serious I would hire a professional to help set it up.

I have dialup networking with one modem for dialin and that gets me an internet connection from my server and access to my lan.

I would not exactly call what I have an ISP though.
ISP for 1 at a time does not really qualify.

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Old 04-04-2002, 01:34 AM   #5
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David...how?Yo

Yo David,

How did you set that up....I would like to do something like that...my Linux "server" has a modem
and 2 NICS (1 in use now)...how can i make it so i can dial up from a remote computer and then have
access to my LAN (home network). If its a long explaination, but you still fee like telling me....feel free to eamil
me robbie4296@aol.com
 
  


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