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End-to-End DSL Architectures by Wayne C. Vermillion

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Summary

In this first chapter, you learned about the market position of and uses for DSL. You have a well-rounded knowledge of the types of xDSL, along with their strengths and weaknesses. You also learned about the standards to which manufacturers should adhere. You learned enough about modulations to consider intermixing xDSL types and other telecommunications types within wiring bundles and on the DSL devices themselves. This chapter concluded with a listing of the various parameters that can be applied to DSL service levels. Later in this book, you'll see how to configure those parameters.

If it seems that DSL is a great solution for high-speed bandwidth over existing telephonic infrastructure, you're right! So why has DSL had birthing pains ...

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