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About becoming an ISDN ISP

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About becoming an ISDN ISP's

An ISP (Internet service provider) routes Internet packets between its customers and a big ISP closer to "the backbone" of the Internet. A typical small ISDN ISP might have one T1 connection to a Metropolitan Area Ethernet, and one PRI line carrying calls from customers. In between the two sits a box called a router, which can be a PC running special software, or a special-purpose computer.
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Author: Dan Kegel <dank@alumni.caltech.edu>

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