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 What kind of internet connection do we have right now?
Right now we have telenet cable connection with traffic caps, blocked well-known-ports but decent speed. The costs are around 40€ (can smbdy confirm?)
 What do we want?
- no traffic caps
- fast download and upload
- no blocked ports
- good cost/service ratio
- native IPv6 would be cool!
- ... (add your own)
 The market
A couple of month ago, Tom started a nice spreadsheet with available options. This is a great base to go further. Let's update the doc w/ the latest offerings!
 Who is interested?
- sandb, +1 no blocked ports, +1 no caps
- ... you?
 When do we start?
I (fs111) think as soon as we are the official rentees of the space, not earlier, to avoid confusions.
 LAN: 172.22.32.0/24
172.22.32.1-10 reserverd for dn42 routers:
* 172.22.32.1 -> router * 172.22.32.2 -> dn42 router * 172.22.32.3 -> dn42 tazo.0x20.be * 172.22.32.4 -> dn42 HSB * 172.22.32.5 -> reserved for dn42 peering * 172.22.32.6 -> reserved for dn42 peering * 172.22.32.7 -> reserved for dn42 peering * 172.22.32.8 -> reserved for dn42 peering * 172.22.32.9 -> reserved for dn42 peering * 172.22.32.10 -> 0x20-AP-ch5
172.22.32.10-99 -> reserved for fixed ip's:
* 172.22.32.11 -> beagleboard * 172.22.32.12 -> free * 172.22.32.13 -> free * 172.22.32.14 -> free * 172.22.32.15 -> free * 172.22.32.16 -> free * 172.22.32.17 -> free * 172.22.32.18 -> free * 172.22.32.19 -> free * 172.22.32.20 -> free * ... * 172.22.32.99 -> free
172.22.32.100-199 -> dhcp range
172.22.32.200-254 -> unallocated