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Re: Little BIG problem with Backbone

On Fri, 9 Apr 2004 16:03:06 +0200, Michelle wrote in message 
<[🔎] 20040409140305.GA12046@freenet.de>:

> Hello, 
> because I am in paning of a CyberCenter Network in Marocco the idea is
> exploding !!! Exactly, I need very much Backbone-Power which can not 
> provided from the "Maroc Telecom"
> They offer me only E3 with 34 MBit !!!
> And 34 MBit for 450.000 DH/month (41.000 Euro/month)

..dude.  For that kinda money, I could hang you a few relay drones over
the Mediterranean.  

> Only my Proxim Tsunami MP.11a (12 Access Points) support 216 MBit or 
> effectiv 160 MBit and this only in one city !!!
> >

..huh?  These AP's are 54 Mbit, no?  I can buy 12 of these 
side by side doing your 160 to 216MBit range, this fits the 
30-50% bw performance I see everywhere else.

> Now there are some enterprises in Marocco which had ask me, why not 
> installing a second Internet-Network !!! 
> Oh yes, ist is no problem !!!
> We need only a dual GigaBit Fiberoptic Sea-Cable from Espain to
> Marocco !
> What a joke !

..you sound like I can charge you more, for fancier drones?  ;-)
Fuel cells, hydrogen power, Warbird re-enactment game servers, 
steam video stream servers?  Realism suggests glider type looks, 
solar cells and batteries and electric loiter "cruise" power, and 
a fossil fired launch-n-climb vehicle to lift the relay drone to
altitude.  For heavier bridge gear, diesel power, and air-to-air
refuelling once a day or twice a week up there?

> OK, crazy, but I have contacted CISCO for some routers ;-) and some 
> other Manufacturs for Radio-Bridges (34 - 155 MBit and 1 GBit)

..sizes, weights, and power etc requirements?

> Now my Question:
> Creating a Local GBit-Network in Marocco is generaly no Problem, it 
> is not a big difference between it and my local network, exept I need 
> a little bit more cable. 
> BUT how does it work with the Connection to the Internet, exactly to 
> the other Backbones ? 
> Any Informations are Welcome...

..well, if you reel out a fiber spool or buy my relay drones, I guess 
you'll still need at least one gateway isp, a full set of new isp
servers, staff, and ofcourse at least one ip range, to set up your 
new Maroccan isp.  

..fiber you know, relay drones loiter at altitude with line of sight to
both ends, carrying bridges, so both ground startions point link
antennas to that spot half way across the sea, say at 60000ft, to 
stay out of the way of airliners etc.  Can even use wifi gear.

..and over cities, access point server drones, with bandwidth
throttling, loitering at anywhere from 1000 to 20000ft? 
(Or 60000ft, to stay clear of the airliner etc traffic.)

..med vennlig hilsen = with Kind Regards from Arnt... ;-)
...with a number of polar bear hunters in his ancestry...
  Scenarios always come in sets of three: 
  best case, worst case, and just in case.

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