So I am not quite sure of the differences. I have read that DSL is fed into the home via the phone line, and cable is, of course, through the cable jacks. I currently have a 30Mbps cable connection ...
I have a computer which is plugged directly in the net via the ADSL modem provided by the ISP. Sometimes there is need to connect other computers on the net. Then I add a TP-LINK wireless router to ...
Consider next situation: one phone line with DSL connection (Annex B), one Annex B DSL modem with one LAN port (Zyxel P660RT2) one Annex A DSL/modem+router (Huawei EchoLife HG520) one old laptop ...
I generally get "better" than the average using speedtest, My download speed is usually adequate, but my upload is deficient when net traffic is heavy. I am using voip as my primary phone system and ...
In Canada, the DSL-based internet access is open, and any ISP can sub-lease the phone cables from Bell (for example) and provide Internet to customers. My current provider is an independent one, not ...
I've just moved into a new house (new for me; the house was built in 2006). I've purchased DSL service through AT&T, paying for speeds "up to" 768 Kbps downstream / 384 Kbps upstream. My issue ...