jdgamez: ralph is there an eta onthis servicei am really interrested in this
cyril7: hi, Telecom most definetely does not support it on there DSLAMs and so any UBS using that, and I have not heard of either Orcon or Voda/Ihug doing it. If you are within 1km of Parnell exchange maybe try the voda VDSL2 trial, although i think its closed for new trialist at this time, saw figures of 50/16 on the voda forum.
cyril7: Thanks for the comments Pen, but on a slightly different note, I take it the ISAMs and the new network that they hangon, do they translate the ATM PVC to a vlan at the ISAM itself so all aggregation is simply 802 (and MPLS once further on up) to the BRAS.
And if and when Telecom should do VDSL2, which I understand has no ATM wrapper concept but pure (or near pure) ethernet, how will AAA be acheived, will it be via PPPoE, or DHCP with some DSLAM port association of the subscribers credentials.
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RalphFromSnap:jdgamez: is there any isp in newzealand that support combinding multiple adsl lines into one big pipe to get faster speeds.
Snap has been successful at setting this up at one of our Employees homes.
We have managed to bond 2x DSL (1x 13883/1027kbit and 1x 11734/836kbit – both ADSL 2+) links into a single link that operates at around 20500/1600kbit. The cool part of this setup is that it is also redundant; we can unplug one link and not have any impact on services using TCP, and only lose a handful of packets with UDP.
Unfortunately we still have this in the ‘development’ box and can’t offer this nor support you setting up your own. We are still developing this, and more so exploring the impact these services will have on our network. I can however, dispel the rumor that this will require LLU or work from Telecom Wholesale. We have done this completely on our own (and no, it's not eUBA - though we have sucessfully multilinked that also).
If you’re interested in this project I’ll take post up some photos and diagrams around how this setup works.