Re: ISP shopping list
On Tue, 2002-08-27 16:26:51 +0200, Russell Coker <email@example.com>
wrote in message <[🔎] 20020827142651.C33622355@lyta.coker.com.au>:
> On Tue, 27 Aug 2002 13:06, Katim S. Touray wrote:
> > I am working on a project to setup a Linux-based, dialup ISP for a small
> > academic institution in The Gambia (West Africa), and would appreciate a
> > shopping list from anyone who has a similar setup.
> > In particular, I would appreciate detailed specification of what hardware
> > and software packages to buy. Of especial help would be specifications
> Don't buy any software.
I'd like to agree - I few freinds an myself run a small non-profit isp
completly on free software - a few things, e.g. automatic maintaince
and syncronization of services, wachtdogs, etc are self-developed,
and lots of packeages needs to be self-compiled to add certen features
or to work properly under high load (e.g. sendmail, cyrus, zebra).
The only plug-and-play solutions we bought were come small ciscos and
It is all stable enough to run 24/7/365 and only maintain it in our
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