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broadband recommendations, Arlington

What is so bad with bridged connections? I've been running behind linksys 
firewall/router for a year and I've never had any problems. I'll be honest 
& say that I'm not exactly sure what is the difference between a routed & 
bridged connection, but the difference has never bothered me yet.


At 10:58 AM 6/5/02 -0400, Bill Horne wrote:

>However, even if I could get the ADSL offering, I'd think
>twice: Speakeasy's web page warns that it's a "bridged"
>connection (kudos for being honest, BTW),  and provides
>a link to their "business" class of services. The price is
>"in the ballpark" with a cable modem.

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