OSP has the most Points of Presence of any ISP. We now cover 30 towns in Papua New Guinea This means faster local speeds.
OSP has a launched InetMobile. This is a 3G/GPRS/EDGE based USB Modem that can be used anywhere in PNG that has Digicel Coverage. Speeds are >500Kbps on 3G.
Vehicle tracking via the web enables businesses to manage their vehicles better. See I-Net Track at here.
Hotspot access at Airports and hotels. Look for the SSID = OSP Hotspot at the International and Domestic.
Your subscription with Online South Pacific includes a free allocation
of 500,000 bytes of web space. You can can use this for creating and storing
web pages you have created, so that other people can view them on the internet.
This web space is intended for small-scale/personal use - if you like to have a
large web site on a commercial basis, please contact us about purchasing more
web space from us at commercial rates.
Publishing your web pages on our server involves the following steps:
Create your web pages on your local PC's hard disk. You can do this in many ways, such as:
C:\WINDOWS> cd \pages (or to wherever your pages are stored)
C:\PAGES> ftp www.online.net.pg
These commands will connect your computer to our server. Now, log in to our server by typing in your assigned username and your password, as shown in the following example: Connected to www.online.net.pg
220 chimbu FTP server (Version 6.00LS) ready.
Username (www.online.net.pg): yourname (without @online.net.pg added to it!)
331 Password required for login.
230 User yourname logged in.
FTP> binary (you only need this command to send binary files like GIF or JPEG)
FTP> mput *.* (sends all of the files in your \PAGES directory over to our server)
FTP> put index.html (just send index.html file over)
FTP> bye (that's all!)
Other commands worth knowing about in ftp include:
(which calls up the file called index.html or index.htm in your directory), or if you want to view another specific filename in your area, type in the name of that file on the end of the line, like this:
For example, if your Online South Pacific account was called fred, your web pages would be called up like this:
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