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Dial Up
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We have lyrics for 'Dial Up' by these artists:

Kirk Knight Alright let's do it Parkside la-la la Nyck @ Knight Wak…
Nyck Caution Alright let's do it Parkside la-la la Nyck @ Knight Wak…
Ted Leo %26 The Pharmacists Pack up what you own and you dial up who…
Ted Leo & The Pharmacists Pack up what you own and you dial up who…
Ted Leo and the Pharmacists Pack up what you own and you dial up who…
Ted Leo and the Phramacists Pack up what you own, and you dial up who…

We have lyrics for these tracks by D.Core:

In Hell You call us weirdos, call us crazy Say what you want,…
Influence So you can suck my dick if you don't like,…
ocean deep How much do I love you? I'll tell you no lie How…
something like this You know what I think heaven is I think heaven is you You…

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Comments from YouTube:

c:\90s_tech

Wanna just skip to the modem making modem noises? Go here. https://youtu.be/Bk86uqEiwpE?t=713

proxxima038

Everything was better back in the days grandpa said while swiping on his phone... Can we just sent him back for one day please? :-)

pc-sound-legacy

15:04 Ahhhhhh... The sound of the 90s! You really dive into the topic here, must be a lot of work, thank you! (I have some old modem and ISDN cards laying around, maybe ... someday ...)

viuha87

This is awesome content! Keep up the good work! 6/5

Konrad Gajewski

Remember that modern hardware (usb modems, GSM phones) still use the same method of communication - those are just virtualized. You can still give AT commands to a phone or modem. Just the speeds went up.

AllboroLCD

I worked TS at a local dial up ISP back in 2000, the RAS and RADIUS servers were all windows there and the modem pools were Lucent, still takes me back though!

Song Lyrics HD

This is awesome! Great Video!

Refined Retro Reviews

The name of your channel FORCES me to subscribe. I will watch anything about tech from when I was a kid. Things have changed so much since then. I was on dial up from 1996 until 2008! Now I have enough bandwidth to upload videos. Holy crap.

Hugo Cardozo

I'd say you didn't need the "IP Masquerading" part because (if I got it right), you made it so your "dial-up clients" got IPs pertaining to your router's subnet (because you said you used IPs your DHCP server left alone...). If you configure your dial-up clients to be part of a separate subnet (something like your router's subnet being 192.168.1.0/24 and your dial-up subnet being 192.168.2.0/24), then you will need "masquerading"/NAT. Or a way to modify your router's routing tables so it can know where the heck to send traffic for the dial-up subnet (but that's another separate topic / can of worms)

Caleb Squires

Nice video 👍

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