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Introduction

The extended access feature adds dial access capability through the use of a third party provider in over 90 countries where AT&T currently does not have a presence, and additional POPs (points of presence) to existing AT&T countries. The additional POPs in these countries can be accessed with the new AT&T Global Network Extended Access Client. There will be an hourly access charge for the use of extended access based on region.

BIS Customers
Effective August 1, 2002, the Extended Access feature became available to AT&T Business Internet Services (BIS) corporate dial customers around the world. For more information, please visit the Extended Access BIS Web site.

AT&T Business Internet Services (corporate dial) provides dial access to the Internet using selected TCP/IP protocols from personal computers or workstations with TCP/IP software.

Additional service information is available in the AT&T Business Internet Service Guide.

AVTS and ANIRA Customers
Effective May 15, 2003, the Extended Access feature is available to AT&T Virtual Tunneling Service (AVTS) and AT&T Network-based IP VPN Remote Access (ANIRA) customers in the US and EMEA Regions. The other regions will offer EA in the near future. For more information, please visit the Extended Access AVTS/ANIRA Web site.

AT&T Virtual Tunneling Service (AVTS) and AT&T Network-based IP VPN Remote Access (ANIRA) IPSec Dial provides secure remote access to corporate LANs from personal computers and workstations using tunneling and encryption software.

Additional service information is available in the AT&T Virtual Tunneling Service (AVTS) Service Guide.




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