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Smith6612
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join:2008-02-01
North Tonawanda, NY
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reply to Xploit

Re: [DSL] Bonded DSL

Bonded DSL should be able to go out as far as both lines can handle a specific speed. It's just another DSL line to put it simply that has some bonding taking place at the higher layers.

I'd consider getting that upstream fixed a bit. The attenuation should be about half of the downstream. You should start to see better statistics once the problem is found and resolved, along with higher upload speeds.

jamesonnorth

join:2012-12-22
Modoc, IN
Exactly. Unless Frontier installs VDSL, there is nothing to do at the CO except install a second wire pair for the customer. As far as the CO's equipment is concerned, the customer just has two phone lines. All the bonding takes place at the CPE.


yoyoyoMTVrap

@frontiernet.net
Actually, bonded DSL does have to have certain CO work. For instance, the cards in the CO or remote , would have to support ADSL+2 ; and ports need to be in sequence. I have recently provisioned single ports on ADSL+2 and not GMT that have worked at 19M/2 at 3kft loops. As long as the cable pairs are ground bonded correctly, with zero bridge taps, it works perfect. VDSL is common to bonded, but only uses one pair.