DKTS Computing Infrastructure --
To serve you best, we've got an Ethernet LAN connecting:
Our Servers, Etc.
- A consumer-grade DSL
line, leased from Sonic.net
with whose service we've been pleased,
preceded (when we had a rack full of equipment in our basement)
by a symmetric (the good kind) DSL line from
which is whom we chose in the beginning... all those years ago.
We've been a Uunet customer since the late 1980s.
We even met Rick Adams once, before he was rich.
- A 56KB
line, leased from
but we tired of their poor, overpriced service.
- Internet service initially provided by ISP pioneer
Little Garden (TLGnet),
Best (a misnomer),
and who knows where it's gone since then... they lost us long ago.
- A Flowpoint
2200 DSL router
- A P-50 router from
- RaQ 550 and RaQ 2 Linux-based server appliances from
Networks, acquired by Sun.
Service and support were terrific until Sun terminated this product line.
- Until we shut it down, we colocated our Cobalt at
which gave great service is still going strong.
- A couple of IBM
- An HP Netserver E 30,
a series 9000 workstation,
some Laserjet printers and a ScanJet scanner.
- A Tektronix
color laser printer.
- An SGI Indy.
- A Sun SPARCstation.
- Various nameless PC clones running, of course,
Software? Have we got software? Do we ever!
Let's see, there's:
Linux, AIX, Solaris, HP-UX, Irix, Windows 95, 2000 and NT
(workstation and server),
Sybase, Perl, Netscape, Apache, Framemaker, ARCServe,
Cosmo Create, FrontPage,
pine, s/key, DNS primary and secondaries,
FrontPage, xv, MKS, Riven (Oops! How did that get in there?)
Well, you get the idea. Lots of stuff.