list was Re: [Wolves] Meet this week?

Jon Farmer jonfarmer at
Wed Oct 6 15:44:57 BST 2004

Simon Burke wrote:
ve looked at their ADSL, and it gives you a static address. Would
> this mean that i could run a server on it.
> Im trying to co-locate a server at W-ton science park the directors
> said oakies and no charge as long as i get the DSL sorted.
>  So im trying to find a decent ISP, at the m omment im looking at
> easynet, so most thing would be cheaper tbh (260quid installation but
> only 708pa for a 512k ADSL with i think 5:1 contention and upto 13
> addresses)

All our DSL accounts come with static IP as standard. We block no ports 
and have no data transfer restrictions. If you stick a server on the end 
we dont care. As long as its not illegal you can pretty mych do what you 
like. For a £80 + VAT one off fee you can have a 8 IP subnet or for 
£160+VAT one off fee you can have a 16 IP subnet. You get the usual 
webspace, 10 pop accounts and unlimited aliases etc as well

If you want anymore info let me know.

Jon Farmer
Systems Programmer
Entanet International Ltd
GPG Fingerprint ABCB 6E92 59B8 001F FE9C  0817 A2D6 0151 FF49 9040
-------------- next part --------------
A non-text attachment was scrubbed...
Name: signature.asc
Type: application/pgp-signature
Size: 254 bytes
Desc: OpenPGP digital signature
Url :

More information about the Wolves mailing list