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Is DSL digital or analogue? The various flavors of xDSL, or Digital Subscriber Line, all employ sophisticated digital signal processing to transmit digital information over twisted-pair wires. Such signals are simply called "digital" signals for convenience. However this is an analog world (unless you're studing sub-atomic particles, where quantum physics ...


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The easiest way would be to create a VPN. And there are plenty of ways to do that. What I recommend, from the most simple to the most complicated: Hamachi (limited to 8 user/network in free version) PPTP (just apt-get install pptpd on the server and add the users) because it's built in Windows clients (I don't know for Linux) OpenVPN, for which there are ...


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The other answers are good, but complex. Here is a simple one. ADSL is using an analog carrier to encode a digital signal. AN ADSL device includes a Modem (but a much faster and more complex one then the old dial-up ones) - the input to the modem on the sending side is digital, the modem converts it to analog, the remote side converts it back to digital. ...



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