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RE: Is anyone using GILAT's "Spacenet" service
From: "Dennis Hartmann" <sanester () starband net>
Date: Mon, 3 Sep 2001 13:52:25 -0400

Oops!  The link is as follows:
http://www.starbandusers.com/performance.htm

   Keep in mind that this information is based on the 180 system.  The 360
system is out and some of this information may have changed (web caching,
etc.).  The new 360 system has an Ethernet port which is a great improvement
over the USB port that the 180 system came with.  The beta systems started
out as 2 PCI cards.

Sincerely,



Dennis J. Hartmann
White Pine Consulting
Global Knowledge-MPLS Course Director
http://www.globalknowledge.com/training/course.asp?PageID=9&courseid=1571
dennisjhartmann () hotmail com
AOL IM: dennisjhartmann



-----Original Message-----
From: Simon Lyall [mailto:simon.lyall () ihug co nz]
Sent: Saturday, September 01, 2001 12:40 AM
To: Dennis Hartmann
Subject: RE: Is anyone using GILAT's "Spacenet" service



On Fri, 31 Aug 2001, Dennis Hartmann wrote:
   Is Spacenet one of their business satellite services?  I'm a user of
the
Starband service and I get pretty good speeds and feeds on the satellite,
although telnet is a drag.  Starband uses a page accelerator technology
that
greatly increases performance.  The following link has a good technical
explanation of the HPA host page acceleration and the RPA remote page
acceleration.

What link? The one in you signature is a MPLS course.

Simon.

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