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Topic # 7939 23-May-2006 10:47
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What are your thoughts / expereiences on it?
What is required for it to support ADSL2?





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  Reply # 36381 23-May-2006 13:06
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If ti's not a modem/router then to get ADSL2+ you need something like RTA1320 which Slingshot bundles with their plans.

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  Reply # 36477 24-May-2006 18:22
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http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/routers/ps380/products_data_sheet0900aecd8028a976.html

ADSL2+ SUPPORT

Table 9 lists the ADSL2+ (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line 2+) support provided through Cisco IOS Software Release 12.4(4)T.

Table 9. ADSL2+ Support

DSLAM

Linecard

Linecard Chipset

DSLAM Firmware

Alcatel 7300

ADSL2+ POTS

BRCM

L7D6AA47.020

Lucent Stinger

ADSL2+ POTS

GSPN

9.7.1e64

Alcatel 7300

ADSL2+ ISDN

BRCM

L7D6AA47.020

 

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 36502 24-May-2006 22:03
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jabz: These routers are great little ADSL boxes.

I don't understand your concern about ADSL2 though, considering how rate limited and ripped we are with the current ADSL, I can't see ADSL2 setting New Zealand on fire anytime soon. There still has to be backhaul capacity to take all that extra bandwidth somewhere and it doesn't seem to exist at the moment!



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  Reply # 36507 24-May-2006 22:59
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Thanks..
I just want to make sure an $800+ router supports ADSL2+




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  Reply # 36537 25-May-2006 09:57
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AFAIK Telecom use 7300's so should be a safe bet.

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