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Yes.. Westnet has finally been given the flick, and I have churned (tho techincally not), to iiNet, to their ADSL2 service.
After spending the last 4-5 days waiting for the service to be provisioned, it has finally went thru, and it is now up and running. Seem to be syncing in at about 6/1, which is giving me a nice download speed of about ~500K/S depending on where the download originates.
Have some new toys to play with, (VOIP, Sipura 3000, and a GigE switch), so lots to do until I go back to uni.
In a side story, after having my ADSL2 set up, i got a scan from a curious IP. 18.104.22.168. According to whois, it is a microsoft IP, and if you try and resolve the ip to a hostname, you come up with a stack of domains microsoft seems to own.
Following one from last week's good news, it seems that this weeks is even better:
The important thing about that is:
Perth ISP WestNet has signed on to resell PowerTel's ADSL2+ service to its 115,000 residential broadband subscribers.
This is great news, because it means I can get ADSL2+ when its launched, as iiNet already has a DSLAM in my local telephone exchange. And it also confuses the hell out of all those people who believed that WestNet were going to go with Optus' DSLAM/ADSL2+ network.
In other news, I did finish that Java assignment on time, only after it clocked in 1745 lines of code. Not bad for 3 days work.