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Date:      Sun, 3 Jan 1999 16:11:10 -0000
From:      "Barry Scott" <>
To:        <freebsd-isdn@FreeBSD.ORG>
Subject:   RE: Rates calculations and the U.K.
Message-ID:  <000001be3733$adfd7000$060110ac@barrynt.private>
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> Achim Patzner said:
> I knew; I had a number of discussions about that topic with the
> developer of
> the infamous BANZAI routers. After a number of attempts at table driven
> routines they decided to go for AOC2 as the German Telekom neither
> guaranteed that the first unit was as long as the following units nor that
> open calls would always be accounted at the current rate (i.e. would be
> charged by the rate of the time the connection was made).

	O.K. I understand. On the BT network I can trust the time to indicate
	the cost of the bill. (The DUNMAN (Dial-up Network Manager) shareware
	for Windows NT claims to get the bill correct for calls it makes on BT.)


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