Re: Point-to-point DSL

From: Rick Blake (rickb@cybernexus.net)
Date: Tue Jan 11 2000 - 23:05:43 EST


We've had excellent performance with Pairgain systems. Not the cheapest,
but usually sync up first try. Most models can just bridge, letting you
choose what you want for any routing. Speeds up to 2MBPS are supported in
most of the simple stuff.

We used a system from Telemagic, I think, calld a WebAccess bridge. But
the provider doesn't think much of them, though ours worked well.

There are others. You should get plenty of responses.

Rick

At 01:32 PM 01/11/2000 -0600, Dale W Hodge wrote:
>Hi! I'm looking for feedback on the best product to use to link two offices
>by DSL. (They are 2 blocks apart) I've found I can get a dry pair from the
>phone company for just a few dollars a month. I'm now looking for
>recommendations on the equipment to use. I know I can use Netopia R7100
>routers for the job, but are there any other products out there that can
>work back-to-back? I'd appreciate any reccomendations or contact
>information.
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