Re: UNIX customer wants dial-up

Josh Perry ( (no email) )
Mon, 2 Jun 1997 14:27:20 -0700

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Josh Perry
System Admin
Date: Monday, June 02, 1997 11:06 AM
Subject: UNIX customer wants dial-up

>Can anyone help me out on this one?
>The scenerio:
> Customer has two locations connected to one another via a WAN on a 56k
> They have a RISC based UNIX server running in town one.
> UNIX server is in town1, other portion of WAN is is town2
> (We, the ISP, are also in town2)
> Network is running TCP/IP
>What they want:
> To connect their WAN to the internet from town2 using a communications
>server so that both town1 and town2 may have Internet access.
>Can anyone tell me of a product that will support Network Address
>Translation and A dial-up solution (they don't want a dedicated line)
>wraped into one? I need to give them a quote on something fast. Any
>or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
> Jason Sword
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