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chemman

@usbr.gov

Pair bonding with Q2000 modem?

So I have 2 1.5mbps dsl lines into my house. It is the maximum speed offered in my area. Is it possible to use the Actiontec Q2000 pair bonding modem to bet 3mbps with CenturyLink?

BigVe

join:2005-07-15
Gulliver, MI
I thought the Q2000 was VDSL only


Cjaiceman
Premium,MVM
join:2004-10-12
Parker, CO
kudos:2
reply to chemman
As far as I know the Q2000 only does pair bonding over VDSL2, not ADSL/ADSL2

»www.actiontec.com/products/produ···?pid=216
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billaustin
they call me Mr. Bill
Premium,MVM
join:2001-10-13
North Las Vegas, NV
kudos:5
reply to chemman
To get true pair-bonding, it has to be supported by the ISP. You need equipment on each end of the link to do the bonding. A dual-wan router may help to maximize the utilization of the two lines.


chpalmer

join:2002-11-18
Belfair, WA
reply to chemman
What state are you in?


openupshop

join:2000-11-25
Chandler, AZ
reply to chemman
Do you have access to a Actiontec Q2000? From what I know only CenturyLink would be able to sell you one. But, they are only testing this in the Denver area at the moment:

»CenturyLink Will Offer Bonded VDSL2 Up to 100 Mbps

And the price sheet is here when it is available:

»iot.centurylink.com/ebus/velocit···mer.html