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Help me about one way satellite connection.

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sarpkaya
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Sep 30th, 2008 at 5:24am  
Hi, I am looking for a one way satellite connection. I couldn't find anybody who provides like 16mbit for unlimited.
My location is Eastern Europe, GMT+2
Anybody knows satellite internet provider which provides what I want?

Please give me your offes or advice me.
Thanks.
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Oasis Networks
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Reply #1 - Sep 30th, 2008 at 10:28am  
Hi,

There are several companies providing such sevice.

Do you have any equipment? if yes, which type? What is the usage profile you are looking for (day only or 24 hours a day, dedicated bandwidth or shared).



Regards,
Nimrod
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www.europe-satellite.com
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Reply #2 - Sep 30th, 2008 at 12:08pm  
Forget 1 way, go for a Docsis 2 way system. You end up nearly at the same cost and less problems.
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Reply #3 - Sep 30th, 2008 at 3:19pm  
Docsis refers to design of the Surfbeam modem used for the TooWay service. Available in both Ka band on Hotbird 6 with the Wildblue type dish or in Ku band Ku band dish on Eurobird 3 with larger regular style VSAT dish.  

Nice picture of the Docsis Surfbeam modem here:
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Read more here: Tooway satellite from El Molino

Best regards, Eric.
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sarpkaya
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Reply #4 - Sep 30th, 2008 at 7:53pm  
I have Cable internet for upload.

I have Skystar 2 PCi and USB versions.

That should be 24 hrs up, but mainly I'll use it between 9AM to 23PM. Other hours it doesn't need to be so fast.
If the price difference too much in shared and dedicated. I'll go with shared one...
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