Re: Connectivity in Germany
Thanks for the info. Sounds like it could get expensive, so I'll opt for the
Internet cafe and hope it works for me. I just hope they allow more than http,
and I hope they have one in Augsburg.
Anyway, thanks for the heads-up, that was what I was looking for.
George Bonser wrote:
> On Mon, 10 Aug 1998, Gregory Green wrote:
> > of weeks. I was wondering if any one knows if my American spec'd laptop
> > will work if I purchase a transformer, and could I use my current
> > Megahertz modem to dial the internet? Also, does anyone one know of a
> > cheap ISP that I could get a temporary account from? I will be there
> > (Augsburg) for two weeks and need (addiction...) to be connected so I
> > can check up on my Debian server and email.
> > Another thought I had was to just find the nearest Internet Cafe, but
> > then I do not know how effective that would be because I have never been
> > to one. Plus, I only speak English. Any tips would be appreciated =)
> The modem will be a problem. See if there is a setting to recognize
> international tones. European dial, ring-back, busy, and re-order tones
> are different than the US tones. It will probably never see dialtone or
> George Bonser
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