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What ADSL Standard is Bellsouth Extreme 6.0

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ADSL Spec on Bellsouth FastAccess Extreme 6.0
I am not not looking for the up and down speed. I would like to know what is the ADSL Spec?
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Compliant with ADSL standards:
- Full-rate ANSI T1.413 Issue 2, ITU G.dmt (G.992.1) standards
- Splitterless G.lite (G.992.2) specification
Compliant with ADSL 2 standards:
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I think only a FEW of the engineers who work on the HW within the local CO would actually know that info


not that this will help - but you could try their tech support @ 1-888-321-2375. In the first option menu choose option 1 if you are business, or option 2 if you are residential.
In the second option menu:
1 - Sales
2 - Technical Support
3 - Customer Service
4 - Billing

http://www.dslreports.com/faq/bellsouth/2.5_Service_Info___Availablity

if your looking at hw compatibility they are backward compatible so I would go with at least adsl2 as adsl is old and adsl2+ speeds wont be available for a year or more.
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you could also tell by the hw/modem they send you.. that should have specs on it.
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