That's right folks! The time that most if not all of us have been waiting for has finally arrived! Broadband Internet connectivity for home users has finally reached our shores! Unfortunately though, it isn't always on. The streamyx home and SOHO packages offer you up to 256K downstream and 128K upstream starting at RM150 for 60 hours of usage. Anything further to that is charged at a premium rate of 4 cents per minute.
How many network administrators do you
think would allow a complete stranger to
walk into their wiring closet and plug in
their notebook to their company's network?
Not too many, I suspect. But that's what's
happening to companies coast-to-coast.
Well, not exactly. Strangers aren't
plugging into networks, but they are
attaching to networks using 802.11b
I have an ADSL connection with one IP address, so I need a router to network my 3 computers to share my ADSL. A friend is able to get me a Cisco 2501 for a very good price. Can I use Cisco 2501 for my application (firewall and maybe sharing ADSL)? Is this router easy to install and config?
- Greg Farnell
This article discusses a network setup which might prove useful for people who like to put
some extra effort into connecting their machines to the Internet. The goal is to build a secure
client and server farm on a single IP address. Next to the clients and servers, the network
contains two other components. The first one is a Network Address Translator (NAT),
which makes it possible to connect more than one machine to the Internet using just one IP
I was just cruising around today, and it appears that PERHAPS the rumours about the streamyx for home packages and the wider availability of the service in and around Malaysia might turn out to be true!