DACS is a device that BT use to share a pair of copper wires between two phone lines. If your line has DACS you have to have it removed from the line by BT before you can get an ADSL service.
The procedure to do this is to apply for an ADSL service through your chosen ISP. During the tests carried out on your line they should spot the DACS and arrange for the removal of the device. This will result in a delay in your ADSL order as an engineer has to carry out some work to remove the DACS. Once it is removed you should be able to get your ADSL service all depending on your line passing the other line tests.
last modified: 2002-09-28 00:36:38