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one way satellite as downlink, dial up as uplink

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Aug 14th, 2007 at 1:51pm  
Hi guys! I m using DVB PCI card as downlink and dial up as link to server my customers. I am using wingate for this purpose. But ther are some problems with wingate.

Any one Please suggest me some other proxy server software for the purpose of using DVB as downlink and dial up as uplink. I just wanna get rid off wingate. I am on windows platform. so suggest me some great softwares for above mentioned problem.

Waiting for my friends reply

THanks
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Reply #1 - Aug 14th, 2007 at 4:43pm  
Beyondsl do a stand alone BSM-2 hybrid modem providing DVB-S card type downlink, phone line socket for the uplink and ethernet for your IP network to connect. 

It would be nice is someone could do something similar using a mobile phone plugged into a BSM-2 type box.

The advantage is no messing up of your PC software and all the hassle that goes with the "DVB-S card in your PC" solution.

See One way satellite broadband without DVB-S card in your PC

Best regards, Eric.
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Reply #2 - Jul 16th, 2010 at 5:28am  
Good morning, friends I am reseller of internet one way link and I am looking for suppliers who have coverage in Latin America. I look forward to any kind of urgent help or suppliers. I am also in search of a reseller of some sort of bi-directional Internet in Brazil.

Caio Cesar
www.viatnt.com.br
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