At 9:25 AM 12/6/96, Peter Casier wrote:
>> Is there any other initiatives
>> elsewhere in Africa?
>WFP is setting up a POP3 server in Kampala, giving full internet
>access through our NTserver here. We have a full time 19.2K link via
>Starcom to internet. The country offices through the Rwanda/Burundi
>region will be able to phone in (local phone) and get full internet.
Pay extremely close attention to the DNS setup. We had a serious problem
by one of the local ISPs affecting us. You want to have a default (smart) route
>Unfortunately, this will be limited to WFP only.
>On the other hand, we are about to implement Email connectivity for
>about 30 field offices and our implementing partners (NGOs)
>gatewaying HF Email to internet. The HF architecture is based on
>Codan radios and Codan 9002 high speed (2400 bd) modems.
Tell me more!
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