Anyone on here using Charter Telephone VOIP service? I've currently
got Verizon, but the wife hates it because our phone lines get flaky
all the time, esp when it rains.
So I'm thinking to save money and combine all my stuff onto Charter.
I've already got High Speed internet and regular old cable. Not wild
about Digital Cable since I'm happy with Tivo and I don't want yet
another set top box to have to deal with...
So, any horror stories about Charter Phone VOIP quality and service?
Since a number of people were interested, I thought I'd throw out that
Ubiquity EdgeMax now supports fq_codel:
These are good devices if you want something with a lot of enterprise-type
features at consumer grade prices.
Frank Sweetser fs at wpi.edu | For every problem, there is a solution that
Manager of Network Operations | is simple, elegant, and wrong.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute | - HL Mencken
WVAO-LP FM radio station in Athol MA has just received its FCC
construction permit. They are now organizing to build a radio station.
One task is to design/build the control room. They want to use Linux.
They would prefer using SUSE (https://www.suse.com/products/server/
and/or https://www.suse.com/products/desktop/) to ensure support and
security for the decades to come.
You would work in collaboration with the project manager, Ms Marie
MacDonald and her team of volunteers. You would be specifying/building
control room computer(s), specifying/installing/configuring management
and monitoring software, and setting up a support infrastructure (if
something goes wrong at 2 in the morning they need to quickly get back
on the air) (if a software update results in a broken dependency, it
needs to be fixed).
Pay is by the hour and to be negotiated with the project manager. This
is a non-profit organization. You will not get rich but you will have
solid resume material and will definitely be helping the towns of Athol
and Orange get a community radio station on the air.
You're more than welcome to contact me for additional information.