I figure that these are the best possible two lists for information for
this region relating to DSLAM's and I am sure people have already have some experience
in this area.
We're doing a lot of in building 'Multi-Dwelling'
installations, most are based on Ethernet, but some buildings it is not cost effective to
deploy UTP and the copper is already in place, so DSLAM's become the best option.
VDSL/VDSL2 are the only options worth considering due to the speed ability
over ADSL technologies. We've been looking at the Zyxel 5005 IP DSLAM with VDSL2
I'd like to know if anyone else has some good/bad things to say about
* Zyxel DSLAM's,
* other vendor options which are price competitive
* Know whether the Zyxel DSLAM's support multi-PVC services so we can deliver
different services which are contended/rate-limited differently
* CPE options worth considering (wired and wireless options)
* I understand VDSL2 is 100mb/45mb speeds... at what distance do these speeds go
down, and any other considerations which may affect it?
If anyone has any other ideas (apart from Powerline Communications - just not
Skeeve Stevens, CEO/Technical Director
eintellego Pty Ltd - The Networking Specialists
skeeve(a)eintellego.net / www.eintellego.net
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