On Feb 24, 6:24 am, "Ares the God of War!" gmail.com>
> On Feb 24, 5:14 am, "zzbun...@netscape.net
>> On Feb 24, 3:52 am, Governor Swill gmail.com> wrote:
" netscape.net> used a stick in the
>>> sand to babble
>>>>On Feb 24, 1:01 am, "Ares the God of War!" gmail.com>
>>>>> How bad is it if Corporations pick who can and cannot have a Public IP
>>>>> address? Well, if you do any Web Developing at all, that means you
>>>>> cannot develop any Web Pages or Web Sites on your Computer, and have
>>>>> them verified over the Internet, and you cannot send a link to your
>>>>> Customers so that they can see what you are developing for them, and
>>>>> you cannot Host your own Web Site off your own Computer, to show
>>>>> people what type work you can do, developing new Web Sites.
>>>> It's so bad that the people who invented the Internet Technology
>>>> have already said screw the idiot Internet, for the most part, and
>>>> are working on new technology.
>>>>> The ISP Corporations will make it as difficult as possible for you to
>>>>> get a Public IP Address, and say that you cannot have a Public IP
>>>>> address for your security, and give you a Private IP Address, and say
>>>>> that you have to pay to do these things on their Computer, where they
>>>>> will Host your Web Site and resources needed for development, which
>>>>> can only be Hosted on their Computers, and this both takes away your
>>>>> ability to work at home, and sell your product to others who don't use
>>>>> your ISP, and it takes away your freedom of the press.
>>>>> Now you know why I have not been able to get my Web Site that I have
>>>>> been Hosting on my Computer since 2000, back online, and cannot use it
>>>>> to develop anyone else's Web Sites, until I can get the ISP to give me
>>>>> a Public IP address, instead of forcing me to have to use a Private IP
>>>>> so that they can take away my Web Development Job, and take my Web
>>>>> Site and charge me to Host it on their Computers.
>>> You can't get static IP from your ISP? Then get your own T1 from the
>>> local telco.
>> We've already done better than that. We invented laser-guided bombs
>> for the moron air farce, and laser-guided satellites for the retard
>> and laser-guided lasers for the imbecile navy, and T(-1) lines for
>> excessiivley retarded IBM.
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> How do I get a T-1 Line? What does it cost? And what is involved in
> setting it up for hosting a set of Web Sites on my Web Server? Will it
> allow them to be accessed on demand 24/7?
> In service of God and Country
I just got a quote for my area, about $1000 to $1500 a month. That is
when they eventually reach my area. That is nuts! Any other ideas?
In service of God and Country