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I wanted to start ISP business in small town in India and there aren't any known sources whom I can directly contact and they will give me details about plans etc. Before I can convience my friends to join me and search for such contacts, I need to do some …

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An Internet Service Provider (ISP) has finally been given permission to reveal that he was the recipient of an National Security Letter (NSL) from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) six years ago, demanding information about his clients. Nicholas Merrill, president of the New York ISP Calyx, still can’t say …

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Hi Friends, Here is my Scenario, I have two ISP Connections from different Providers BSNL and Sify. Both are 1MBps. In my Office Now we are using Sify for Only one Machine and BSNL is configured in wifi router. But Often BSNL network is in problem. So we have planned …

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According to [URL="www.thinkbroadband.com/ipv6"]research conducted by thinkbroadband.com[/URL], there is significant confusion amongst broadband providers not only as to whether they support IPv6 but also as to what it actually is. Surprising, when you consider that IPv6 has been available since 1998 and much written about - [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/news/story218110.html"]including here on DaniWeb[/URL] for …

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i m creating a Client/Server application in which my server and client can be on the same or on different machines but both are under ISP. [B]My RMI programs[/B]:- -Remote Interface:- [CODE]//Calculator.java public interface Calculator extends java.rmi.Remote { public long add(long a, long b) throws java.rmi.RemoteException; public long sub(long a, …

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Buried in all the Google Buzz hype today was a[URL="http://techcrunch.com/2010/02/10/google-fiber-optic-network-home/"] little story on TechCrunch[/URL] that Google is planning to offer [I]1 gigabit-per-second[/I], super-duper, high-speed fiber-optic cable in up to 50,000 homes in the US shortly. This is more significant to me than Google taking on Facebook. Think about this for …

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The independent regulator and competition authority for the UK communications industry, OFCOM, was charged by the government to reveal consumers' experiences of electronic communications services, including broadband provision, and the results do not make for happy reading. The research saw in excess of 60 million separate service performance tests carried …

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What happens if you get caught out sharing copyright music or video online? If you live in Hull, in the north of the UK, the answer will probably surprise you. At the same time that most Internet Service Providers are applauding the recent [URL="http://www.itwire.com/content/view/22936/53/"]Digital Britain report[/URL] from the government which …

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In what must go down as one the biggest tech u-turns of the century so far, the ISP that was quite happy to undertake Internet snooping trials without informing those customers being spied upon has changed its mind about Phorm WebWise. BT, the biggest Internet Service Provider in the UK, …

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Hackers managed to get root access to a large Internet Service Provider, reportedly via a zero day vulnerability over the weekend, and destroy data from 100,000 websites as a result. The UK-based ISP, VAServ, has [URL="http://www.theregister.co.uk/2009/06/08/webhost_attack/"]stated[/URL] that the attackers apparently exploited a vulnerability in virtualisation software called HyperTM in order …

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I can't imagine the issue is of much interest outside the UK (although I see the New York Times is having a laugh at our expense, understandably) but it's been snowing a bit in London. This will become important in a minute, bear with me. I should explain that in …

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Call it a kind of bigotry for the new millennium. The packets of peer-to-peer applications such as BitTorrent have become the target of throttling—even complete blockage—by Internet service providers on their networks. Do they have the right? The revelation comes from [URL=http://broadband.mpi-sws.mpg.de/transparency/results/]study results [/URL] published yesterday by Germany’s [URL=http://www.mpi-sws.org/]Max Plunk …

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The news that [URL="http://www.boeing.com"]Boeing [/URL]is to scrap its [URL="http://www.connexionbyboeing.com"]Connexion [/URL]in-flight Internet access service will surprise many people. The fact that it had an in-flight Internet access service will surprise many more. Unless you were a business traveler, flying in Asia where the service was most prevalent, and then one who …

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Bram Cohen, the creator of bittorrent.com has signed a deal with the Movie Industry, that is hoped will reduce the number of pirated films, shared on the Internet, via the website. The deal means that BitTorrent must remove any links to pirated films. The deal between the Motion Picture Association …

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