[Madlug] Broadband options in Sun Prairie that let me run my own servers

Michael Long nikarul at gmail.com
Thu Jun 10 09:35:42 CDT 2010

I live on the far east side of Madison, right next to Sun Prairie.  I have
AT&T DSL and have been very happy with it.  I run a web and mail server on
mine with no issues.  They block port 25 by default but will unblock it on
request.  I do use DynDNS Mailhop Outbound to avoid RBL issues, but that's
likely to be an issue regardless of your provider.  I don't know if service
is available in Sun Prairie but its worth checking out.


On Thu, Jun 10, 2010 at 8:02 AM, Conor Klecker <conor at ronoc.net> wrote:

> I live in Sun Prairie, and Charter is actually your best bet with a
> charter. I have a web server running on their residential service and I have
> to keep changing my web port number as they block them.
> Sun Prairie Utilities provides a wifi to your house service but the overall
> consensus is that is sucks. They really don't even advertise it anymore
> since its overloaded.
> DSL from Verizon is also an option, but I have never had DSL or used
> Verizon as an ISP.
> Hope this helps.
> On Wed, Jun 9, 2010 at 3:15 PM, David Horton <dhorton at speakeasy.net>wrote:
>> Hi Everyone,
>> I'm currently residing in Illinois, but plan to move to Sun Prairie at the
>> end of
>> June.  I'm trying to figure out what broadband options are available in
>> the area,
>> particularly which ones won't mind me running my own web and email server.
>>  If
>> anyone has recommendations or experiences to share, I would appreciate it.
>> Dave
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