Well Joe, I'm in Louisville Co. just northwest of Denver, and I can
connect as of 2:40 P.M. MST this afternoon.
On Thu, 29 Jan 1998, Joe Curry wrote:
> Since I can't seem to log on to the VTR site, and Ken confirms that the
> site is up, I contacted the support people for gte internet. They
> couldn't bring up the VTR site either (from Denver). They suggested that
> there was a switch down somewhere between us and the VTR server.
> I am interested in knowing who can and who can't connect to the VTR site.
> Maybe that will give some indication where the problem is.
> SO, If everyone can go to the VTR site and report back to me the results,
> I will see if there is a pattern. The site is "ww.vtr.org".
> Joe Curry
> Ken Streeter wrote:
> > Joe Curry wrote:
> > > Has anybody tried to access the VTR Web site today. I have tried
> > > several times with no luck.
> > > Ken, Is the site down for service, having trouble, or is it just me?
> > Joe,
> > As of this time (5:15 PM on Thursday) the VTR WWW site
> > seems to be A-OK. As far as I can tell, it has been up
> > continuously now for 21 days. I presume this is a pothole
> > on the info-highway somewhere between you and VTR...
> > --ken
> > VTR WWW Maintainer -- http://www.vtr.org
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