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Topic # 23884 10-Jul-2008 18:38
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Hello,

For those who are interested, I have posted an article on the L7 appliance we use to manage international bandwidth for our broadband subscribers. It's on the Orcon blog (http://www.orcon.net.nz/informme/service,blog/category,106/item,628/) and my own site as well (www.linkstate.org).

I'm intending to try and make these sorts of articles a more regular feature; I'd welcome suggestions from people as to what they'd like to read about.

cheers
thomas

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CTO
Orcon Internet Ltd

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  Reply # 146384 10-Jul-2008 20:51
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Hi, thanks for your informative post, took a look your blog post too, fascinating stuff, please keep that up, your effort is appreciated!
BTW, I've been an Orcon ADSL (no LLU yet in Te Atatu yet Frown ) customer for a good while and I have no complaints about the service either. Despite some lengthly grumbling on other threads...
One more thought though, please give Duncan (Blair) and rest of team a tap on the shoulder and ask them where the heck is Orcon Mobile is at, been a while since anyone said anything about particular topic... Cheers! PS Fed up with the blatant thievery that is Vodafone, there must be another way.

Zub

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  Reply # 146463 10-Jul-2008 23:32
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Cool article. I like the stylee images :)
Thanks Thomas.

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  Reply # 146546 11-Jul-2008 03:41
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Nice reading, but yeah international at peak times when is that going to get fixed? =)

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