RussellHltn wrote:What do you find confusing?
A CCN will use a common DSL or cable broadband connection. There should not be a broadband connection except that it has the Cisco PIX box to make it a CCN. No one/ward/stake should be installing their own Internet access. So there shouldn't be any Internet connection outside of a CCN.
Last month I sent an email to our STS about the Church's "clarified" position of stretching a broadband connection from our Family History Library to the rest of the clerk's offices in the building. (He was unaware of this.) I also forwarded to him the memo from Bro. Higbee stating the conditions which must be met for this to be considered for approval. This is a snippet from his his reply to the Stake Clerk...[INDENT]"I'm pretty sure that our Family History Library (and the stake office) does not have a CCN connection. I think it is a normal business connection through comcast."[/INDENT]I'm not in a position to verify if this is true or not, but if it is, then perhaps not all of the Family History Centers are using a CCN connection (yet).