The government is bounded to doing one single thing at a time. They have, if they are skilled at it, the ability to multi-task like no other because they command a large army of civil servants.
When analysing a revolution there is rarely one single thing that determines the success or failure of overthrowing the seated power. A (current) government therefore has the interest in controlling the flow of information in the broadest sense of the word. If Muburak and his cohorts have paid attention to the role of internet in the flow of information to a new generation(with new predominantly people under 30 years), they will make damn sure that they restrict access to unfavourable information, in this case the french dial-in ISP. In fact, if I was an employee of the digital division of the government of Mubarak(and loyal), I would immediatly place a phonecall to the person who has the ability to monitor/block this address.
This factor might be one of them that determines whether this revolution will become like the one in Tunesia or the one in Iran.