Dedicated Internet Access

Support bandwidth-intensive applications with a robust Internet connection and an Enterprise feature set with a highly secure Ethernet Internet.

  • Keep IT costs down with cost-effective Internet access.

  • Easily expand your circuit capacity as needed, from 2 Mbps to 10 Gbps.

  • Get enterprise support from a team of technical specialists.

Product Overview

Dedicated Internet Access is designed for businesses that need greater Internet capacity and a dedicated connection between their existing Local Area Network (LAN) and the public Internet.

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Features

  • Threat Management Service

  • Domain Name System (DNS)

  • Enterprise Support

  • Symmetrical Traffic Flow

  • Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) Routing

  • Static IP Addresses

Why Comcast Ethernet Dedicated Internet Access?

Organizations everywhere utilize the Internet as an essential business tool. Ethernet-based Dedicated Internet Access (DIA) services provide many benefits over T1-based DIA services. DIA services eliminate the need to buy more capacity than what is required.

How Does Ethernet Based Dedicated Internet Work?

Ethernet Dedicated Internet provides an Ethernet Virtual Connection (EVC) from the customer's location to a Comcast Internet Point of Presence (POP) router. Our Ethernet interface enables true plug-and-play compatibility with your LAN.

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General John Tipton bought the land now known as the city of Columbus, and named the town Tiptonia. When residents changed the town name to Columbus a year later, Tipton was so upset he moved. When he became the Highway Commissioner of Indiana and was given the task of building a highway from Indianapolis, IN to Louisville, KY, he constructed the first ever bypass road. Notable residents of Columbus have included Jamie Hyneman (Mythbusters host), shoe designer Chuck Taylor, author Ryan Nerz (Eat This Book), and producer Herbert Wright (StarTrek: The Next Generation).

Population: 40434
Local Newspapers: Republic Indianapolis Star
Local Sports Teams: Indianapolis Colts (NFL) Indiana Fever (WNBA) Indiana Firebirds (AFL) Indiana Pacers (NBA)
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Zip Codes associated with columbus, indiana: 47201 47203
Towns/Cities near columbus, indiana : Edinburgh Taylorsville Elizabethtown Seymour

Columbus News
Good morning Columbus. What you need to know: A window into the...

News people get used to whiplash, careening from one story to another to another and another. Wednesday was a day like that.

Rape suspect arrested in Florida

The recent arrest of a man in Florida may have brought an end to a nearly two-year search related to a rape and battery reported in Jackson County, police report. Kemberly Florvil, 20, of Coral Springs, Florida, had been wanted on a Jackson Circuit Court warrant issued July 6, 2017, for those charges.

Local Police, Fire a " January 18

EDITORS NOTE: The following information was summarized from the records of city, county and state police, fire and hospital agencies. Errik M. Rutherford, 31, 551 N. County Road 675W, Columbus, theft, 3:45 p.m., by the Columbus Police Department, held in lieu of $7,500 bond.

Sarah M. Eldridge

Sarah M. Eldridge, 73, of Columbus, passed from this life at 3:54 p.m. Sunday, January 14, 2018 at Our Hospice of South Central Indiana Inpatient Facility. Sarah enjoyed spending time with her family, grandkids and friends, and she enjoyed bowling, working in her flower garden, playing euchre and traveling.

Senate panel kills cold beer bill

An Indiana Senate committee voted down a bill that would have allowed the sale of cold beer by grocery and convenience stores. Expanding cold beer sales and allowing retail sales of alcohol on Sundays are something many Indiana residents have long wanted and an issue that could be gaining traction.

Group seeking participants for up coming Polar Plunge

As Special Olympics Indiana's largest fundraiser approaches, Dana Claycamp once again is considering taking a dip for a good cause. While she may feel cold after participating in the Polar Plunge, it warms the Seymour woman's heart to know she is making a difference.

Good morning Columbus. What you need to know today: Fierce Columbus...

Today's one of those news days in Columbus when topics run the entire gamut - from fun to serious to thought-providing to inspirational. We'll start with the inspirational and four fierce Columbus-area women - Tsung-Min Huang, Alyssa Singh, Maddison McElroy and Amanda Hummer.

City considering changes to police department complaint oversight committee

Proposed updates tied to a seldom-used civilian oversight committee that hears appeals of police department complaints will be the focus of a public meeting this week. The city will preview proposed updates to the Audit and Review Committee and to allow community members to add their own suggestions, said Aida Ramirez, director of the city's Human Rights Commission.

Ending white supremacy: New tactics suggested to oppose ideology

A leader of an Indianapolis activist group said white supremacist ideology would end if people treated and confronted it as seriously as a marriage or family problem in the home. "If you prioritize fighting white supremacy even as much as catching your favorite TV show that you want to watch, then white supremacy would end," said Satchuel Cole, vice president of an Indianapolis-based group, Don't Sleep, which deals with social injustice.

Donald Schillerstrom Prince

Donald Schillerstrom Prince passed away peacefully in Columbus, Indiana on January 4, 2018 at the age of 84. After successfully living a strong ten years with leukemia, he is now at rest with God. Born November 21, 1933, he was the son of the late Paul and Frances Prince, and grew up in a large family on a farm outside Fairfield, Iowa.

Good morning Columbus. What you need to know: How police complaints...

Columbus resident Brittany King gave a moving speech, noting there's more work to be done with it comes to racial equality and justice in America. Click here to read more.

Panelists see progress as welcoming community and share views on diversity

Sondra Bolte, left, listens as Hanna Omar talks about race in Columbus during a panel discussion for Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Day at the Columbus Learning Center in Columbus, Ind., Monday, Jan. 15, 2018.

Winter market provides homegrown produce

If the thought of purchasing fresh, homegrown produce for your meals in the middle of winter seems odd, think again. Every Saturday, through the worst of winter weather, area farm families arrive early at FairOaks Mall in Columbus to set up booths to display their fresh vegetables and meat products for sale at the Columbus City Winter Farmers Market, now in its third season.

Trailer Hanging Over I-65 Overpass Causing Traffic Problems in Columbus

Traffic is slow-moving on southbound I-65 in Columbus as crews work to clear a crash involving a trailer partially hanging over the overpass. The crash occurred on southbound I-65 near State Road 46. Currently, one lane is closed, and Sgt.

Bartholomew County under travel advisory; expect up to 2 inches of snow; first accidents reported

Bartholomew County, like much of the state, was in a travel advisory this morning - the lowest level of advisory, when routine travel or activities may be restricted in areas because of a hazardous situation. Columbus was on the northern edge of a section of the state where up to 2 inches of snow was forecast for today.

Range of activities planned for MLK Day

A full day of activity is planned on Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Columbus, all of which are free. A African American Pastors Alliance 21st annual CommUNITY Breakfast, 7:15 a.m.: The program, "MLK50 Forward: Together We Win with Love for Humanity," will be at the Columbus North High School cafeteria, 1400 25th St., Columbus.

Police department offers to donate unused vehicle to Clifford

Turner learned Charles DeWeese, town marshal of the small Bartholomew County town of Clifford, has been using his personal vehicle while protecting the community. The Chevrolet Trailblazer, however, is not equipped with flashing lights and sirens, so he can't make traffic stops or transport anyone to jail.

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