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using 2 DS1 interface devices to transport dsl

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Itrying to get internet to my location using the building owners existing network. they will lend me a ds-1 connection to another building where iI can order dsl and I will need to transport it over their "wire" to my device.

mydevice -----ds-1 --------network -----ds-1 ----- dsl modem
                                  <----  5 miles  ---->
                             
I have all the equipment neccessary just looking for help with best practice to forward the dsl service to my site.
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by:kdearing
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DSL limitation is 18,000' from the CO
Using an Ethernet Extender my be an option, but the best ones I've seen max out at 5km.
http://www.patton.com/products/pe_products.asp?category=146
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by:cisco20
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I misquoted , they will be providing a T1 connection between sites on their existing network infrastructure and it will be up to me to terminate and forward the adsl connection ( public ip )

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by:kdearing
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I believe an unextended T1 max's out around 6000'

I can only think of 2 ways to go 5 miles without some kind of extender equipment:
1. fiber
2. RF (wireless)
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by:cisco20
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it is a fiber network.
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by:kdearing
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I assume the fiber terminates in an existing switch?
How far from the fiber to you?
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by:cisco20
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the distance limitations are not really an issue, I'm more concerned with the configuration to forward that ip through the point to point t1 circuit and terminating my device. The netrwork exists just not our own and will only be allowed that p to p connection for our solution.  
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by:kdearing
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I don't know what to tell you.

It depends on what type of signal they're giving you:
Ethernet - Then you can use a switch or router
T1 - You'll need a router with a T1 card in it (or CSU/DSU)
DSL - You will need a DSL modem
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Using isp modem in bridged mode and forwarding the public ip to the end device was the final solution.

Thanks.
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This question has been classified as abandoned and is being closed as part of the Cleanup Program. See my comment at the end of the question for more details.
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