11-11-2008 2:52 PM
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11-11-2008 3:11 PM
SSH, then pine/mail/etc. — there's your email access Seriously, I can't see why SSH client use would be prohibited — what the T&C is designed to guard against is things like hosting and such. I wouldn't run an SSH server but a client should be fine.
I'm more interested in the PDA/Smartphone data plan, but there doesn't seem to be a sub-forum for that. This is the closest I could find, and I'm hoping someone might know the answer here since the terms & conditions have the same language for both.
Can I use an SSH client with any sort of AT&T data plan? They all say they're restricted to "internet browsing", "email", and "intranet access". I could see SSH conceivably being covered as intranet access, but there's no real definition given.
If there is a more appropriate forum for this question, please move this or direct me to it. Thanks.
11-12-2008 6:36 AM
11-12-2008 11:16 AM
That has always been my understanding as well — you're welcome!
Thanks. I kind of figured as long as I wasn't a) hogging a bunch of bandwidth or b) breaking the law, AT&T wouldn't care what I do with the internet connection.
11-19-2008 8:58 AM - edited 11-19-2008 9:05 AM
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