I found this message in the archives and was wondering if you guys ended up
making the switch to Comcast, or if anybody else is using Comcast for their
If so, how has the service been?
Any issues with the transition?
Are the eMTA devices reliable enough that having them as a single point of
failure is a non-issue?
Some of the FNESU schools are considering making the switch to Comcast, but
we were hoping to get some feedback first.
Any recommendations, one way or the other?
Franklin Northeast Supervisory Union
On Wed, 5 Jan 2011 15:00:43 -0500, Steve Jarrett
<[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>We are investigating Comcast for telephone, too, and will make a decision
for E-Rate purposes this month.
>When we talked in October, there was an issue about being in 911
compliance - not able to ID a specific room at the high school from which a
911 call is made. I'll talk with them about this situation before making a
>Please let me know what you learn.
>District Technology Supervisor
>Chittenden East Supervisory Union
>(802) 858 - 1729
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>>>> Bob Owens <[log in to unmask]> 1/5/2011 2:48 PM >>>
>Has anyone switched to Comcast for telephone use either on a couple of
lines or for a full PBX system. They're are offering attractive pricing but I'm