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Cablegate: Dts-Po Internet Transport Service - Mexico

VZCZCXYZ0016
RR RUEHWEB

DE RUEHME #0762 0572258
ZNR UUUUU ZZH
R 262258Z FEB 10
FM AMEMBASSY MEXICO
TO RUEHNW/DIR DTSPO WASHINGTON DC 0004
INFO RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC 0729
RUEHME/AMEMBASSY MEXICO
RUEHMI/USOFFICE FRC FT LAUDERDALE
RUEIAYF/ATO LATIN AMERICA
RUEIBO/ATO HQS WASHDC

UNCLAS MEXICO 000762

SIPDIS
DTSPO FOR BRS/CMD/BMT
SECSTATE FOR IRM/BPC/CST/LD/WHA
ATO HQS FOR GCS/FOD
FRC FOR RIMC

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: ACOA AMGT ANET KRIM
SUBJECT: DTS-PO INTERNET TRANSPORT SERVICE - MEXICO

REF: 09 DTSPO 2312

1. This telegram supersedes recalled 10 Mexico 756 - incorrect
pricing data.

2. As per REFTEL, Para 4, we have contacted our existing ISP VPN
vendor provider and attempted to obtain costing for one year
internet service with aggregate speeds of 1 MBPS, 2MBPS, 3MBPS, and
the next incremental speed. The vendor was advised that these
services must provide a copper Ethernet port at 10, 100, 1000 MBPS.
The vendor was further advised that they must provide two public
internet routable addresses from their internet address space which
shall not be filtered or block any IPSEC ports or protocols.

3. The vendor, TelMex, does not provide two public internet
routable addresses from their internet address space with their DSL
packages. Furthermore, they do not offer DSL in speeds greater
than 2MBPS; therefore the only package they offer that meets the
requirements is a dedicated E-1 service (2.048MBPS). Costing
follows, as per Para 5 of REFTEL:

Non -Reoccurring Costs (all costs in USD): 0.00USD
Annual cost: 13,679.00USD
Is it the same vendor that provides post's DOS VNET service: Yes.

4. This telegram has been cleared by all appropriate offices at
AmEmbassy Mexico.

Thomas A. Robilotta

Information Programs Officer

IPC, US Embassy Mexico City

Phone: +52-55-5080-2230

+52-55-5080-2000 X 4610

IVG: 578-4610

Email: RobilottaTA@state.gov

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