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Media-One Express, IP Masquerading

On 11 Feb 98 at 12:25, Michael O'Donnell wrote:

> I'm guessing they switched over to speaking only
> 10baseT because the HW is a bit cheaper, and maybe
> also to avoid the adapter-recognition problem.
They assumed 10baseT from day1. When I sugned up, their customer 
service people did not have a clue about thin-wire. They told me they 
couldn't do it, so I called Will Biedron, director of Broadband 
Services. The bottom line was when the cable installer came, he 
looked and found that I had thin-wire, went out to the truck, got a 
BNC transceiver rather than a 10baseT transceiver. 
Gerald A. Feldman <gaf at>
home:gaf at

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