|reply to LLigetfa |
Re: Homebrew DSL
I wholesale a DSL service thru another company. Not a lot of money in it really, just augments the whole service.
I really wanted to do a wireless-to-dslam or fibre/MLPPP DSL-to-dslam in MDUs but that never seems to get far.
I can put up towers next to 10 different TelCo outside plant interface boxes and put a dslam at the bottom, and connect into the F2 to service hundreds of customers, but of course the TelCo wont let you do that.
Its a load of crap, that these areas go unserviced because of only political reasons.
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said by Inssomniak:I started reading that with a glimmer of hope thinking "Holy crap did he actually manage to pull THAT off???! And HOW!?"
I can put up towers next to 10 different TelCo outside plant interface boxes and put a dslam at the bottom, and connect into the F2 to service hundreds of customers...
Then I finished... Damn
Fort Frances, ON
|reply to Inssomniak |
A regional WISP (Vianet) played their CLEC card and moved a lot of former wireless subs over to DSL wherever the TelCo built out.
There is another WISP here (TBayTel) running Canopy that is a regional cellular carrier. The same local WISP inked a deal to carry their service over the Canopy network. The funny thing is that they claim that they can offer better service than what the cell carrier can.
Strange as it seems, no amount of learning can cure stupidity, and formal education positively fortifies it. -- Stephen Vizinczey
West Des Moines, IA
|reply to voxframe |
This is possible in the US. We're one of a handful of companies that have. I learned how to do it from these guys: »www.rric.net/