10-17-2012 03:04:30 PM
When I signed up for AT&T DSL service, I forgot to inquire about how much storage is available to upload files? This is something that I've taken for granted since the days of dial up. When I asked a tech support guy what the URL was to access it (my guess would be username.home.att.net) and the FTP server name, ID, and password, he assured me there was no such thing. Another tech rep thought I was talking about customizing att.net as my home page. When it was obvious she didn't have a clue, I thanked her and said good by.
The correct acronym may be PWS (personal web space or storage).
So what is the story?
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11-15-2012 10:01:11 AM
Here is some info for online storage from ATT. Hope this helps and was what you were looking for.
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11-19-2012 09:57:07 AM
Thanks for replying. I don't believe this is what I had in mind. I just want space where I can upload my own home page that can be accessed directly from a browser, e.g., blahBlahBlah.net. I didn't see any mention of this or a ftp server address.
As I said orginally, this is something i took for granted based on my experiences with dial up and cable ISP's.
11-19-2012 10:08:02 AM
PS. As an example, this is the URL for my homepage at comcast, which for some reason seems to be still available, at least from my machine.
11-20-2012 04:08:32 AM
"Beginning September 12, 2012, you can no longer create a new Personal webpage. We will continue to support existing pages."
More info here: AT&T Personal webpage
So unless you already have personal web pages (PWP), you are out of luck. I moved my websites to KVC Hosting 2 years ago and have been very satisfied with their service.