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Posted on 2006-06-23
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i have
IP3 NA 75
Managed gigabit switch
vDSL switch
vDSL convertor

i want to give internet using my existing telephone lines, can anyone tell me the basics how to do this?

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by:b0lsc0tt
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ammadeyy,

I assume you mean get Internet using you existing phone line and not give (i.e. provide for others).  Let me know if I am wrong.

Not posting as an expert on this type of DSL but thought this page (http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/vdsl.htm) was very informative.  I have not had the chance to work with VDSL (very high bit rate DSL) yet but I am sure another expert has and can provide more information or details.  Read through the information on that page and let us know what specific questions you have.

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by:ammadeyy
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get internet using existing phone line...

what is the use of having a manage gitabit switch in the dsl network?
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by:ammadeyy
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can someone arrange it as a diagram how it will be
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by:Booda2us
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Hello ammadeyy, VDSL is only available in limited areas and is only good for like 4,500 feet from the DSLAM. here is a link to answer everything you could want to know about VDSL:
http://www.dslforum.org/aboutdsl/vdsl_tutorial.html
I hope this helps...Booda2us
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ONU>VDSL converter>IP3 NA 75>PC
The VDSL switch can be used to extend LAN without losing speed of transmission...Booda2us
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by:ammadeyy
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what is ONU in there?
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by:Booda2us
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ONU is the Optical Network Unit...depending on whether you have FTTN, FTTC, or FTTB, the physical location of the fiber optic/hardwire interface..Booda2us
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