Internet Service Providers
$JOB is getting into some new and interesting stuff; stuff that, if you’re not an Internet Service Provider, could be a bit of a black box to you; you might be used to your ISP saying “Here’s a cable, your equipment is on the other end”. Here’s what we’ve been working on and what I’ve been able to make of it so far.
THIS IS A LONG ONE. I’ve been reading up on IPv6, but haven’t had much of a chance to actually play with it. For the average user, once implemented, it’s supposed to be a seamless switch. I doubt that’s going to be the case. For the geek (particularly the network guru), it’s going to be a major change. Here’s what it is, and what I think about it …
I had Bright House (BH) Networks in my old apartment in Temple Terrace, with an HD-DVR (see earlier blog posts about some of the things I encountered with it).
This blog posting serves as an example of how I can often repeat myself.
I hate sales calls. I’ve gotten a few from Sprint that have tested my patience. But only now has a sales call from a service I’m using caused me to drop that service.
So, if you run your own web site, or if you are site admin, or are someone worried about statistics, or more specifically, what search engines are doing to your site, here’s a little tidbit of info for you. If you’ve been doing it for a while, you’re aware of “robots.txt” – a file you […]