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Here are a couple:

A nice background with a lot of info
So you wanna be an Internet Service Provider ISP) -

A lot of links with 'The Linux-ISP-HOWTO' as the first link (a good link
as of this morning)
Linux ISP - http://www.anime.net/linuxisp/

These should get you started.

Damon Muller wrote:
> On Fri, 6 Nov 1998 16:51:32 -0800 (PST)
> Lazar Fleysher <fleysher@chudo.lanl.gov> wrote:
> > Could some one tell me how to set up an ISP on Linux. I remember seeing a
> > howto on the subject, but can  not seem to find it. How to apply for
> > IPaddresses?
> I seem to recall having seen one once as well, but it seems to have
> fallen out of distribution. It was called the Linux-ISP-HOWTO (or
> something along those lines). I do, however, suggest that if you don't
> already know how to do this, and you are thinking of setting up a
> commercial ISP, then you are definately biting off more than you can
> chew!
> However, if you want to set up a box to have a few friends log into,
> have a look at IPMasq and mgetty. That should allow you to have ppl.
> connect via PPP.
> Cheers,
> damon
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