North Tonawanda, NY
·Verizon Online DSL
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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.
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.
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.