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  Reply # 1145168 1-Oct-2014 21:59
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If I had, do you think I would admit it in writing on a public forum? :-P

I purchased it from a telco vendor stateside. ..minus doco lol :-)

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  Reply # 1145173 1-Oct-2014 22:07
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zakblak: If I had, do you think I would admit it in writing on a public forum? :-P

I purchased it from a telco vendor stateside. ..minus doco lol :-)


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  Reply # 1145177 1-Oct-2014 22:13
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Lol yeah ok so they aren't exactly lunch money priced...but I am still looking for admin doco if anyone has any available?

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  Reply # 1145215 1-Oct-2014 23:11
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Sorry this isnt helpful to the op
For others - You can buy a dslam quite easily 
Consumer brands like Dlink / Netcomm used to sell a 48 port one, zyxel sell 3 or 4 models from a 12 port up to a 48 port and they range in price from $800 to $5k
The "consumer brands" like the netcomm one was mostly aimed at apartment complexes / large hotels where dsl is an easy way to get broadband to rooms without cat5 cabling.




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