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Re: [tlug] ADSL in Tokyo (Possible re-post)
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- From: Yamagata Hiroo <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 06 Mar 2002 23:21:56 +0900
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Well, most ISPs do not do their own ADSL, e-access or YahooBB or acca or JDSL and OCN (and of course NTT) provides the ADSL connection for them. They all dynamically assign IPs (although with extra yen, you can probably get static ones). AFIK, none of them block ports or anything. PPPoE does add overhead, so that when you tune your connection, you want to set your MTU or something to slightly lower than PPPoA. I thought the only place that uses PPPoE was NTT. However, the difference is negligeble anyway. Hey, you'll probably get somthing like 3-4Mbps or something, and the overhead might make that 2.9-3.9 or something, but it's really nothing to worry over. Several ISPs do provide furikomi payments: so-net has furikomi payment, but they charge 200-300yen extra/month for that. Nifty.com also has furikomi, with 200y/month extra. isao.net provides furikomi for 6 months/12 months service. I don't know if they charge extra. -- Yamagata <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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