On Saturday 26 April 2008 10:59:36 am Jabka Atu wrote: > email@example.com wrote: > >> Hello .. > >> > >> Since in isreal most of the people connected to one compony (Bezeq) is > >> it posible to use thous lines as LAN? . > >> I understent that it will be really slow , but still is it even posible > >> ? > >> > >> I found few old modems at home (33600 ) and think that they can be used. > >> > >> Thank you in advance. > >> > >> > >> -- > >> To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-user-REQUEST@lists.debian.org > >> with a subject of "unsubscribe". Trouble? Contact > >> firstname.lastname@example.org > >> > >> In virtually all cases the subscriber line to your home is terminated at > > > > the phone company in a piece of dedicated equipment (e.g. a switch). As > > such the lines can't be connected as a LAN unless the phone company does > > it. > > Larry > > OK,... > > but what about the people inside the building ? > as all the lines are connected to the same switch. It's the telco's network, not yours. You'd still have to make sure your not going to end up interfering with their equipment. Why not just get some ethernet cable and network cards? You can wire an apartment full of roommates for about US$60 and some strategic tucking of wire along baseboards or ceiling hooks, and that's if you have to buy everybody an ethernet card and some ceiling hooks... -- Paul Johnson email@example.com
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