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From: 3ZLUFUR@CMUVM.CSV.CMICH.EDU (Elliott Parker)
Date: Wed, 18 Nov 1992 12:49:31 GMT
On Wed, 18 Nov 1992 13:43:35 +1000 you said:
>I am trying to determine ways in which electronic mail can be sent to
> Indonesia (Yogyakarta in particular)
Here is a short file on Indonesia networks. I would guess that
Yogya is not connected.
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Date: Thu, 29 Oct 1992 17:25:12 PST
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From: "Indonesia Publications/Task Force"
Subject: IN: Nets in Indonesia (re-try)
/* Written 2:01 pm Oct 29, 1992 by apakabar in cdp:reg.indonesia */
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Forwarded from posting by Budi Rahardjo
on pau-mikro-net :
Frequently Asked Questions on Computer Networks in Indonesia
Last updated: October 28, 1992
This document attempts to answer questions regarding computer
networks in Indonesia. Due to the limitted information, this
information maybe outdated or inaccurate.
Any comments or corrections should be directed to:
Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept.
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Question (Q): Is there an Internet connection in Indonesia ?
Answer (A): Not that I know. There is a UUCP connection between UUNET
and The University of Indonesia. Since the connection is expensive,
the access is limitted to several University staff only. The UUCP
connection is extended to include BPPT, ITB (PAU - Mikroelektronika
Bandung), LAPAN and UI. There is a plan to connect STTTelkom.
Access to general public is not available (yet!).
Q: Who is the contact person in Indonesia
A: Rahmat M. Samik Ibrahim
Department of Computer Science
University of Indonesia
PO Box 3442 Jakarta 10002
Voice : +62-21-727 0162
Fax : +62-21-310 2774
You may also contact: uunet.uu.net!indogtw!postmaster
Q: Who is the contact person oustide Indonesia
A: There is no official contact person outside Indonesia, but
if you really need a contact :
1. Budi Rahardjo
2. Onno W Purbo
Q: How do I send an e-mail ? What address should I use ?
A: Usually the address is in the form of (bang path) :
Before sending e-mail you have to remember that they have to pay
the connection. It's expensive.
Q: Is there a public access UNIX ?
A: There is a UNIX user group called /usr/indonix. There is a
plan to use indogtw as a forwarder.
Indonesia Unix User Group
Jl. Musi 41. Jakarta 10150
Phone: (021)3846234, 3846749
Fax: 62-21-372605, 5603672
Telex: 46792 ARIA IA
Q: Is Usenet news available there ?
A: Partial Usenet news is available to members of the UUCP
network. It is still expensive.
Q: What is '.id' domain ?
A: This is supposed to be the top domain for Indonesia. Although
it's there, we haven't registered it yet. [We are working on it].