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Oct 27, 2007

a faster internet connection in our office here in San Diego, because we are going to run a few servers out of the office.

Currently we have DSL, but the upload speed inst cutting it, our current plan is:

Download: 1.5mbps
Upload: 512kbps
1 Dynamic IP

We are looking for something with the following:

Download: 1.5mbps or greater
Upload: 1.5mbps or greater
1 Static IP Address

Can anybody recommend any solutions in particular? Is t1 the only solution? We want to keep costs inline, and under $150 a month.

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