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July 29, 2005


Dean in Des Moines

I've evaluated just this sort of solution for the company for which I work. While we didn't choose that service, I do know of many who have with great results. In our area, the wireless protocol is standard 802.11x. They had a few growing pains at the beginning, but thier reliablility exceeds that of our T1. There is one customer, however, that has trouble keeping a tree properly pruned. :)

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