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wizkid6

join:2002-03-31
Opelika, AL

Pair Bonded ADSL2+

Will AT&T offer pair-bondeed ADSL2+ service? Something like a 36/2 tier?



rolande
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wizkid6

join:2002-03-31
Opelika, AL

said by rolande:

45/6 speed tier is on the near horizon. See this thread: »New speeds coming

Yes, but the max upload on ADSL2+ is 1mbps. That's a technical limitation, not a profile limitation.

The most you could do on ADSL2+ is 36/2 bonded.

My max attainable sync rate with Max Plus is what I'm provisioned for (because of the SNR being 7.3/10.7 dBm down/up).


DataRiker
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reply to wizkid6

ADSL2+ Can provide up to 3 Mbit/s download on Annex M with a corresponding decrease on download.


davidhoffman
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join:2009-11-19
Warner Robins, GA
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Upload? on Annex M



rolande
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reply to wizkid6

Sorry, this is the Uverse forum and so I automatically assumed VDSL.



brookeKrige

join:2012-11-05
San Jose, CA
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reply to DataRiker

Can VDSL2+ do that? Trade a reduction in download for increase in upload (even if 2-3 for 1)? Instead of 24/3, get 18/6?

(and no, won't even bother asking if ATT offers/supports same)



wizkid6

join:2002-03-31
Opelika, AL

said by brookeKrige:

Can VDSL2+

There is no such standard as "VDSL2+" ADSL2+ and VDSL2 yes, VDSL2+ no.

davidhoffman
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reply to brookeKrige

VDSL can deliver 100Mbps symmetrical if configured correctly and VDSL2 can deliver 250Mbps symmetrical if configured correctly. With those speeds things like Annex M are not a concern.



mackey
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said by davidhoffman:

VDSL can deliver 100Mbps symmetrical if configured correctly and VDSL2 can deliver 250Mbps symmetrical if configured correctly. With those speeds things like Annex M are not a concern.

First, this thread is about ADSL2+, not VDSL. Second, Annex M is only for ADSL2+, not VDSL(2).

Seriously, why do people keep bringing up VDSL? Both the subject line and OP clearly state ADSL2+. With the recent push I don't think even half of the Uverse that's available is VDSL any more.

As for the topic of this thread, I sure hope they deploy ADSL2+ pair-bonded w/Annex M. I would love some 36/6! I'm not holding my breath though

/M