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Re: 2 Wire T1 - HDLC
From: "Hunter Pine" <hunter () compuhelp com>
Date: Mon, 14 May 2001 19:22:50 -0400
Actually, you're wrong.
I suggest you go to www.paradyne.com and do a search for the DSL Sourcebook.
It'll be on the top of the list of hits. Fill out their little form and look
at Chapter 3: DSL Basics. The third page down or so, the section is "HDSL
Enters the scene". It clearly states that HDSL is a 2 circuit system, 4
You are, however, correct in that HDSL can do more than T1 speeds. It can do
E1's as well, and even a little bit faster, up to 1.168mbps per line.
(that's roughly 2.33mbps to make myself clear).
Vice President, Network Operations
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----- Original Message -----
From: "John A. Tamplin" <jat () liveonthenet com>
To: "Hunter Pine" <hunter () compuhelp com>
Cc: "mike harrison" <meuon () highertech net>; <nanog () nanog org>
Sent: Monday, May 14, 2001 7:13 PM
Subject: Re: 2 Wire T1 - HDLC
On Mon, 14 May 2001, Hunter Pine wrote:
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
Umm, no. HDSL rides a single pair, and provides more than 1.5Mb.
John A. Tamplin jat () jaet org
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