At 10:04 AM 7/11/2002 -0500, you wrote: > > That's BS. I PAY for my bandwidth, so i can do what I please with the > > bandwidth I bought. > >subject to the terms of service agreement that you signed. there's probably >a clause in there that says something like "you may not redistribute >bandwidth". (of course, it may say "may not _resell_ bandwidth" which is a >different beastie). Yup, it pays to read the fine print, as they say. >I think Real-Time has something like that (don't remember exactly what it >says); but we don't really enforce it unless someone is being obnoxious >about it. (and if you let us know what you're doing, we're pretty amenable >to lots of stuff, as long as its not illegal). Agreed, and so is Visi (main sys-admin Mike Horwath reads this list i believe). He is a good guy, and their DSL lines allow servers, and they have good connectivity. They even have a game server colo-ed that a few people admin and keep running, as a service. -Dean -- Dean dean at ripperd2.dhs.org http://ripperd2.dhs.org/ Experience is something you don't get until just after you needed it.