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Discussion in 'Networking' started by leebra, Mar 25, 2008.

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  1. leebra

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    i want to put my ISP out of a job well not completely. now i know that this well in my right but i cant do it alone, i need your help. you see that the thing about the Internet its made up of many networks sharing resources, your ISP connects you to these networks and for this you pay them money.
    now what are you paying them for the cost of the lines, serves... most of the thing you think that your ISP dose is down to other organization, even the Internet its self is not ran by one body.

    so what do i want to do, well lets start from the top and i do mean the top, the user the every day Joe. do you have a network at home an a lot of resources that use a lot of your net connection eg, media center.
    what loads people put on the Internet require more and more node's to deal with it, so what about you taking a more active role and bridging your network with your community. now days there are many technology the first that springs to mind is WIFI (wireless network). with new standers for wireless more power to the home network

    most of the changes have been in ranges and loads, by putting this to greater use and letting others to benefit mite not sound great at first but if controlled right, with personal information handel in the corect fashion.

    i would also like to see some sourt of community antena to handel its nabourhoods over flow.

    if you see any thing wrong with this i would love to know
     
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