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Summary: need info on a xDSL provider willing to route an IP-range.
Hello All , Below is (most) of the responses I have gotten from various people . I have tried to keep all pertinant info in what I have quoted . I have not included all of any message unless the message was 1 or 2 lines . I have not done a thurough check for duplicates , Hear they are . Thank you, ALL . Hth, JimL ps: Of all the sales@ style addresses found that I have sent to (some of them the belows) only 4 of the mails have been answered . At this time . +----------------------------------------------------------------+ | James W. Laferriere | System Techniques | Give me VMS | | Network Engineer | 25416 22nd So | Give me Linux | | firstname.lastname@example.org | DesMoines WA 98198 | only on AXP | +----------------------------------------------------------------+ Cory R. King Azalea Software, Inc. We are using http://www.lightrealm.com to route a /28 via DSL. Cory R. King ( Then further reported ) email@example.com I just recommended lightrealm.com You'd probably want to check with them if they still *do* that kind of thing.. They did it for me, but that was about a year ago. Who know's if they'd do it now. Aaron Schultz firstname.lastname@example.org I have a /26 with CTS.net. Robert Gibson email@example.com www.potomacnet.com Jason J. Horton firstname.lastname@example.org For some more info on our services, see http://www.mydsl.com/ Michael K. Smith email@example.com We would do so in a business application environment. firstname.lastname@example.org. Michael K. Smith ( Then further reported ) email@example.com Since it is a single location, you might want to talk to Northwest Link about getting service. Semaphore only supplies DSL to multiple-location companies. In addition, Northwest Link has experience with Paradyne's MSDSL product which has a v.35 interface that can connect to a Cisco router. MSDSL runs at 3.1 megs. The caveat is, you have to install a LADS (alarm) circuit and hook up the MSDSL CPE on both ends. It doesn't go through a DSLAM. Bruce Robertson firstname.lastname@example.org We route registered IP space over DSL, but I'm not sure how we can help you, being in Reno NV. Robert A. Hayden email@example.com You might be able to get what you need from Savvis. www.savvis.net. Iggy Reko rali@Tifosi.com UUNet is doing so for me now. 192.104.156/24 out of AS701 is SDSL. David Williams firstname.lastname@example.org Check Megapath.net I've heard they have been flexible with stuff like this. Daniel Hagerty email@example.com Well, this probably doesn't help you, but shore.net (new england) will do so; see 126.96.36.199/24 (me). You probably don't want the cross country backhaul in your critical path tho.... Robert Boyle firstname.lastname@example.org As long as you have registered space, We'll announce it ... dylan greene email@example.com I've currently got my provider, Rhythms doing just this, it took a bit of work speaking w/ various engineers to get them to understand what I was trying to do, but eventually they were able to help me out. What I'd be interested in learning about are if any cable providers do this. Most that I've had contact with give you a dhcp address or nothing. Erik R. Leo firstname.lastname@example.org We provide SDSL over "alarm circuits" (BANAs in BellAtlantic land). And we treat them like any dedicated customer, i.e., tell us your needs and we'll assign your IPs... Brian Wallingford email@example.com We'll do such, so long as the user doesn't expect to speak BGP (i.e., we'll be happy to advertise a client-owned block). This, of course, applies only to commercial accounts. We serve the New England area, and will soon cover the east coast; I'm sure there are others throughout the country who'd do the same, but you'll need to dig. Peter C. Norton firstname.lastname@example.org A buddy of mine is getting his long-standing class C block routed by a local provider here in new york called intercom, www.intercom.com. Michael C. Toren email@example.com We (Netaxs) are happy to announce a customer's portable /24, after first confirming that it's not currently being announced, and that the ARIN whois information matches up with the party being billed. We've already had at least one customer I can remember that brought a /16 from class B space with them ... Ryan Pavely firstname.lastname@example.org ( provided A link for digging up info on xDSL Providers and such ... ) www.dslreports.com DAOUST, PHILIPPE email@example.com Try http://www.bellnexxia.com/en/solutions/connexions/connect/ For a DSL provider in Canada Spencer Garrett firstname.lastname@example.org We do both routinely. What part of the country are you in?