How to configure a SHDSL connection

Posted on 2010-01-11
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Last Modified: 2013-12-14

We have a cisco 877-M and we have ordered an extreme 20 Meg SHDSL connection for the site.

Firstly, do we need to order a g.shdsl wic card for this and if so, will the 877-M support it?

Secondly, how is SHDL configured? At the moment we have PPOE for ADSL. Is there much of a difference?
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NNicolas earned 2000 total points
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You cannot change a card on a cisco 877-M router,
On your router you should have a Wan interface for ADSL over POTS

According to cisco website, it looks like only Cisco 878 supports SHDSL signaling

Here you can find all the details of 870 series :

And here you can find all the details to configure DSL and SHDSL :


Hope it helps

Best regards


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Thats great. It does help. Thanks

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