Getting a public IP address when connected to a router

Bob Sneidar bobs at twft.com
Wed Jan 5 12:33:55 CST 2011


In America they passed a law that dictates that ISP's have to allow their competitors to use the infrastructure the original ISP built. It's kind of like forcing all restaurants to let other cooks come in to their kitchens and cook and sell meals for their own establishments. Oddly though, it works out nicely. 

Bob


On Dec 20, 2010, at 2:58 AM, Medard wrote:

> J. Landman Gay <jacque at hyperactivesw.com> wrote:
> 
>>>> * due to my ISP, Orange ;-)
>>> 
>>> Well, there's the problem.
>>> You're trying to compare Apples and Oranges.
>>> <g>
>>> 
>> 
>> Aw geez. You should be shot for that.
> 
> ;->
> 
> Orange® is the commercial name of France Telecom as a ISP
> They bought that name from a UK company they acquired...
> What a marmalade ;-)
> 
> Away from big cities, there is not so much choice for a ISP! 
> 
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