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Re: 2 Wire T1 - HDLC
From: "Hunter Pine" <hunter () compuhelp com>
Date: Mon, 14 May 2001 17:53:41 -0400
That was my mistake Mike. HDSL is NOT two SDSL lines by definition. It's
just two circuits running symmetric 768k DSL (not SDSL) bonded to form a
My fault for using SDSL (where S is the initial for symmetric) instead of
symmetric DSL lines. They are two different things in this case.
Sorry for the confusion I started, please resume your regularly scheduled
nanog ranting. :)
And thanks for the nitpicking Mike. :)
Vice President, Network Operations
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----- Original Message -----
From: "mike harrison" <meuon () highertech net>
To: "John A. Tamplin" <jat () liveonthenet com>
Cc: "Hunter Pine" <hunter () compuhelp com>; <nanog () nanog org>
Sent: Monday, May 14, 2001 5:41 PM
Subject: 2 Wire T1 - HDLC
the smartjack extracts the T1 -- I have two of these in my house, using
Pairgain (now ADC)'s HiGain Solitaire H2TU.R402 for T1 transport. The
of the frame describing the product line is at (minus any line breaks or
spaces added along the way):
This specific card is under HDSL2 RT Modules.
Thats the units we have on the wall for some recent T1 installs as well.
So far working very well.. Yes, it is HDSL, It's not 2 x 786K sDSL or
whatever as stated in the original posted email that I responded to.
Whats funny is I got 2 private emails from BellSouth engineering types
that did not know they were being installed in this region.