Panix PPP: Internet via Dialup
Panix PPP service lets you use Web Browsers, Email readers, Instant Messaging, and all the other Internet software you may have over a dialup connection. It also includes a vast array of features and safeguards, and a Full Shell Account with direct login to our Unix servers.
- Panix PPP Service:
$32.50/month ($325/year prepaid)
If you are looking for dialup directly to your shell, rather than dialup to the Internet (whence you can enter your shell account via ssh or telnet), please consider our Full shell or Basic shell services.
PPP Service includes:
- National Dialup: PPP dialup access to the Internet through Panix, using modem speeds up to 56K in over 1100 locations in 33 states.
- 2 GB disk storage
free with your account.
Your files on Panix are kept on a RAID fileserver, for
unparalleled protection from disk crashes. Frequent
"snapshot" backups mean you can recover files that you've
deleted by accident, in most cases.
Extra storage space is also available.
- POP, IMAP, and Webmail access to your Panix email and NNTP access to newsgroups, from anywhere on the Internet. (This lets you use today's popular mail and news apps.)
- Access to a Panix
web server for a web page in the www.panix.com domain, with
1 GB (1024 MB) of transfers per month included.
(Additional charges apply for traffic over that amount.)
- Static IP number and a hostname in the dialup.access.net domain upon request (for access to restricted sites, office networks with firewalls, etc.).
- Direct-dial and remote access to the Unix shell, at the Full Shell level.
Prices listed are for the complete package, regardless of whether you opt to use all features included. Services and resources cannot be shared among accounts unless otherwise stated.
All Panix accounts are subject to the terms and restrictions found in The Panix Rules of Use. Some accounts and features may be subject to additional restrictions; see The Panix Policies page for details.
Last Modified:Tuesday, 04-Jun-2013 23:27:46 EDT
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