• Subject: DSL Firewall Question (was List turnaround speed)
  • From: MacWheel99@xxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 14:51:12 EST

DSL is coming to my community real soon & I have been looking at personal 
firewall alternatives - currently leaning towards Norton because I have their 
protection for Virus & use for other stuff & I not see anything comparably 
priced that seems better & I have seen enough horror stories about the free 
stuff to steer away from it.

Is your DSL to work or home?

Did you get a personal fire wall to use with always connected to the internet 
DSL,  what did you get, were you happy with it?

>  From:    jlcrosby@fwi.com (Jeff Crosby)
>  "Shaw, David" wrote:
>  > I just got DSL at home (BellSouth).  It's interesting that it became
>  > available within about 2 weeks of the time that cable access became
>  > available (Charter Communications).  Funny what a little competition will
>  > do.
>  Can't get Verizon DSL out where I live.  I must be too far in the
>  boonies (3 miles from city limits).  I'm getting Comcast @home
>  installed.
>  > BTW, I'm very pleased with my connection - consistently reports 1,472,000
>  > inbound, 256k outbound.  I'm happy. :)
>  Ooooo.  Sounds good!
>  -- 
>  -Jeff

MacWheel99@aol.com (Alister Wm Macintyre) (Al Mac)

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