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July 31, 2002

Even Broader Band

I'm sitting here at home on gardening leave, playing with my new NTL broadband connection. Well it's sort of medium-band really. They've got a try-128K-for-free deal going, but hey it means I can use the computer in the living room, whereas the ADSL connection is confined to the studio.

I must say it's hardly the most painless process I've been through. The installation scripts only run under MacOS9, seemed determined to confuse my airport and ethernet ports, and it took about 18 reboots, but hey I'm in. And it doesn't seem that much slower than ADSL by the time I've done it all.

If I can get a router to talk to the thing I'm away!

Posted by Tom Dolan at July 31, 2002 10:17 AM

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