During the work week I always receive many questions related to internet connectivity in Mexico. But the other day I had a new potential customer ask me about reliability of our internet service for playing online casinos. I have had a lot of questions asked about our service in the past but not about online gambling.
While i am no stranger to online gambling, I had to think about the answer to the question for a few seconds before answering.
Yes our service works well for playing at online casinos, a regular one meg connection is usually more than fast enough to play online. Apparently this client was an avid online casino aficionado in the U.S and wanted to know if he would still have the same response times here in Mexico using our internet service. Read more
The ISB Sola basic voltage regulator is made specially for alternate power devices that pull large loads of current at start-up. This regulator is ideal for domestic home appliances such as Washing machines, Microwave ovens, refrigerators and air conditioners.
The model shown here has a 1/2 horsepower capacity 1000 VA 500 watt and operates withing a 80 to 140 volt range. This unit comes with a replaceable 10 amp fuse. Price/Precio $ 820.00 Pesos
It has been a while since I have had time to post on this blog, it seems in the Internet business there is always something going on. In the 15 years Lagunanet has been providing internet access, some things have changed and some have not.
Back to the days of dial up, when people could not get connected because of wet phone lines or just simply dealing with the crappy Telmex infrastructure. While the industry has changed a lot on the surface, the same basic network principles still apply, and to me the only real difference on the surface has been an increase in internet speeds, and cheaper hardware. Read more
I hope everyone had a great holiday and new year! I know I sure did, in fact this is the very first year after 15 years of owning Lagunanet I actually took a whole week off, it was great. Although it seems there where a few upset customers while I was away.
One day over the holiday we had an issue with an access point, which was down for about 3 hours and was replaced, not bad for a vacation week I thought. In any case there where a couple of people who decided to hit the reset button on the router and of course when you hit the reset button, it takes all the settings out of the equipment and requires the settings to be added manually. Read more