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Standard User allymanny
(newbie) Thu 16-Feb-12 22:30:50
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best ISP for VPN


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hi there,
I was hoping for recommendation on the best broadband to get for a branch office. The line will just be used to connect to the head office via VPN (with the staff using remote desktop).
I was looking at plusnet business broadband option 3 with annex M but wondered if there is something better out there.
I'm going to need a static IP and unlimited GBs.

Samknows says that the following services are available....
BT Wholesale ADSL
BT Wholesale ADSL Max
BT Wholesale WBC (21CN)
BT FTTC
AOL LLU
O2 / Be LLU
TalkTalk (CPW) LLU
Sky Broadband / Easynet LLU
Tiscali LLU

The BT website says that BT infinity is not available.

Thanks for any advice on this.
-Al
Standard User mcclaw
(regular) Thu 16-Feb-12 22:47:17
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Have a look at Vivaciti they have just started selling Unlimited usage LLU packages using BE Wholesale

http://forums.thinkbroadband.com/otherisp/f/4080071-...

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Standard User vivaciti
(knowledge is power) Fri 17-Feb-12 14:03:48
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A better link may be http://www.vivaciti.net/internet/1/home-internet/6/p... as that also shows the Annex M offerings.

www.vivaciti.net
Vivaciti Broadband
0800 0911797

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Standard User CutieCakes
(newbie) Fri 17-Feb-12 19:52:03
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We currently use VPN through Titan on a daily basis been reliable and solid.

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Standard User Kenmallit
(newbie) Wed 28-Mar-12 09:05:25
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Standard User haggismn
(learned) Wed 28-Mar-12 10:36:54
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Depends how far you are from the exchange and your line quality. Annex M only helps if you are getting good download speed. If you are getting <14Mb then you will probably be better off with Annex A. You might want to look into getting a router with adjustable downstream SNR to maximise the speed you can get.
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Standard User georgesim82
(newbie) Mon 23-Jul-12 18:31:47
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Hello, I am looking for best vpn services companies who provide security and safety from protocol networks identity. I have researched for some best VPN service but their charges are much more than market prices so want only reliable authentic in cheap services.
Standard User scragglymonk
(knowledge is power) Sat 28-Jul-12 16:11:20
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got a home account with merula, small business focused isp and when I need support get good advice and no script monkeys smile

using a vpn from boxpn, finding that a recent speed test on the vpn had me an upload of 20mb even though profile was only 10 mb and rarely get above 9

they can offer 2048 bit security, which suspect is more than most

not get any money for the suggestion and have tried other vpn's where the tech support was like tough luck....

Windows is now a 64 bit tweak of a 32 bit extension to a 16 bit user interface for an 8 bit operating system based on a 4 bit architecture from a 2 bit company that can't stand 1 bit of competition. Merula MaxADSL
http://www.speedtest.net/result/400698774.png
Standard User seeman
(newbie) Tue 07-Aug-12 18:38:04
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Standard User scragglymonk
(knowledge is power) Sun 19-Aug-12 20:45:25
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an article on torrentfreak was a review of vpn's

some guys from anonymous used a vpn that kept logs but had not been all that clear with the clients, the vpn service I use, know what i use it for and even have given the website I was having problems with

their response, was decent advice to make the protocol work smile

Windows is now a 64 bit tweak of a 32 bit extension to a 16 bit user interface for an 8 bit operating system based on a 4 bit architecture from a 2 bit company that can't stand 1 bit of competition. Merula FTTC
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