[App_rpt-users] Verizon & Asterisk/Allstar
Bryan D. Boyle
bdboyle at bdboyle.com
Thu Mar 17 10:36:37 EDT 2016
what they told me up here in PA, and this may be depending on what their charter agreement says...but usually, if it is only a consumer-grade service, you are limited in what you can run...they frown on running web servers and such if all you are listed as is a home user.
Business class, on the other hand, usually allows for on-prem servers and the like, as well as fixed IP addressing...all for extra $, of course.
I went with business class; higher QoS, faster response to tech issues, and generally, more professional dealing. I've found that, all things being equal, when the consumer-grade service is experiencing issues not on the physical plant, that my neighbors are staring at their hourglass and i'm still passing traffic.
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> On Mar 17, 2016, at 10:10, george at dyb.com wrote:
> Hey folks, looks like I need to drop Comcast (Yankees Network thing) and the only other real option is Verizon. Anybody have any problems with Verizon? Like can I open ports for things like Asterisk, etc? Or do they block stuff like that? Can I ssh in (I use the usual non standard port number) and webmin, etc? If they seem to work on the decision is easy. I already have fiber to the house for phone.
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