[CentOS] recommendations/suggestions - geographically spread
network based on Centos
vpadro at gmail.com
Mon Jun 2 20:53:28 UTC 2008
On Mon, Jun 2, 2008 at 3:38 PM, Lanny Marcus <lannyma at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, 2008-06-02 at 13:19 -0700, dnk wrote:
> > Thank you so much for the information.
> You're welcome!
> > I will follow up with them regarding connectivity. I know that the one
> > office will be Ok (Mexico City), but the other is tiny.
> I read your post again about one office being at a work site in the
> field somewhere. Even there, they should have, at the minimum, a
> satellite connection to the Internet available to them.
> Mexico City is one of the largest (most populous) cities in the world
> and it is the capital city and I'm certain they will have excellent
> Your field site will be much more problematic and probably slow
> connectivity, but they will be online.
> I don't know if Tel Mex has offices in the USA, I suspect that is
> possible. If so, contact them there. If not, they will probably have
> some people in their main office in Mexico, D.F. ("Mexico City", Ciudad
> de Mexico) who are fluent in English and you can communicate with them
> in English. One of our neighbors is an Electronics Engineer
> (Telecommunications) as is his wife and he told me that all of his
> university work in a public university here in Colombia was done in
> CentOS mailing list
> CentOS at centos.org
I'm from mexico city and there are several solutions for connecting your
offices almost as in the US, CA, Europe.( ADSL, Cable, T1, T10, E1, Frame
Telmex is the BIGGEST communications company here and they DO have presence
in the US, and there are other companies which can provide
telecommunications solutions for your needs using of course Telmex
I am using several ADSL and Cable connections to communicate with associates
and customers in the US, Japan, Argentina and Spain.
This is done using Multiwan Pfsense systems and we're running Win2K3,
CentOS, RHEL and even Mac OS servers, and it's not too expensive as a T1 or
E1 line, and we get almost the same connectivity.
If you need more info I'll be glad to help you, or even google would. ;-)
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