• ISP (Internet service provider)

    An ISP (Internet service provider) is a company that provides individuals and other companies access to the Internet and other related services such as Web site building and virtual hosting.

    ITKE56,495 pointsBadges:
  • Yonder Media buying wireless ISPs to build advertising empire

    Yonder Media, a rural broadband stimulus hopeful, is buying up wireless Internet service providers (WISPs) to build up its local portals with Craigslist-style classifieds and other Web 2.0 tools.

    Michael Morisy7,943 pointsBadges:
  • How do large ISPs determine what they will charge for peering?

    How does a large ISP charge a smaller ISP for peering? Is it based on bandwidth or simply a flat fee? If it's based on bandwidth, what do they use to keep track of specifics? And if it's flat, how do they monitor/prevent abuse?

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  • How do I go about selecting the best ISP?

    Do you have advice on how to select a service provider? What are the advantages and disadvantages for using a particular type of Internet service provider?

    ITKE56,495 pointsBadges:
  • How can I allow users to change the ISP dialup number in Connection Properties?

    We have Windows 2000 (and XP) Pro machines and use workgroups (not domains). I want to allow members of the Users group to change the dialup number in the Connection Properties. In the default installation, this appears to be prohibited. As staff travel, we want them to call the ISP's local dial-up...

    jerry111,065 pointsBadges:
  • Setting up VPN channels between two ISP accounts with dynamic IP addresses

    We have two computers running Windows 2000 Server, connected to the Internet using Internet accounts from two different Internet service providers. The IP addresses are provided dynamically by the ISP -- i.e., the IP address is not permanent or reserved for us. As we are aware of those two IP...

    ITKE56,495 pointsBadges:
  • Combining more than one ISP link together into a single gateway

    Is there any solution based on Windows XP or Windows 2000/2003 to combine more than one ISP link together into a single gateway, to ensure highest uptime and optimum utilization of available bandwidth?

    ITKE56,495 pointsBadges:
  • Remote Access Service on Windows 2000 AS

    Can we implement Remote Access Service (RRAS) on Windows 2000 Advanced Server at an ISP for remote access client? If yes, then how?

    ITKE56,495 pointsBadges:
  • ISPs offer managed security as network attacks grow

    Malicious attacks on IP networks are getting bigger and more frequent, putting ISPs and telecom carriers in the best position to protect the network for themselves and their customers, and creating a strong managed security services opportunity, according to a new security survey.

    KateGerwig370 pointsBadges:
  • How ISP services can improve enterprise cybersecurity

    Uncover which ISP services enterprises should seek from their providers to improve cybersecurity and mitigate cyberattacks.

    searchsecurity9,770 pointsBadges:

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