[AusNOG] Looking for bandwidth in Darwin
shaun at dwyer.id.au
Fri Oct 30 17:24:47 EST 2009
Possibly also IPStar..
I know they are in the PerthIX DC. A previous employer of mine had
some services from them. Was a bit ugly how it was implemented, but it
got the job done.
There were also limitations on the number of TCP connections you could
establish across the link at a time, but we got around that by doing
some tunneling end to end.
Just before I left said previous employer, IPStar started to deploy
these 'little black boxes' to stick on the end of the connection that
seemed to be nothing more than a device
to act as a tunnel end point.
Use IPStar as either a last resort, or on a "test first, commit later"
basis if they'll let you.
On 30/10/2009, at 2:02 PM, Matthew Moyle-Croft wrote:
> I suspect your options are Telstra and, well, Telstra.
> Optus might help, but they don't have a huge amount of capacity
> there given the extremely unreasonable prices charged for the path.
> On 30/10/2009, at 3:29 PM, Daniel Hooper wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> I’m wondering if anyone can recommend a provider in Darwin for
>> bandwidth, I’m looking for anything from 4 to 10mbit for a branch
>> office type setup that has rapidly expanded recently.
>> Ideally I’m looking for a point to point setup handed off to us in
>> PerthIX, but will also settle for anything else.
>> Daniel Hooper
>> Shop 1, 97 Forrest Street, Kalgoorlie WA 6430
>> 08 90805111 - 0427 757 336
>> dhooper at gold.net.au
>> AusNOG mailing list
>> AusNOG at lists.ausnog.net
> Matthew Moyle-Croft
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