Joined Aug 8, Messages I want ADSL, you are not supposed to be able to host a webserver on your ADSL line – the service limits this by disconnecting you every 24 hours and assigning you a new IP address supposedly. Because only when the need for cables is eliminated, and hence also the dependence on telephone sockets, can the shape and design of rooms truly be freed from all boundaries. Apart from this, we have a ridiculously expensive undersee cable running thousands of kilos to Europe and America. They are squashed in one after the other and you use routers or similar mechanisms to guide them through the network so that you end up with only your data and not anybody elses.

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In the United States and Canada, and a couple of other countries, we use Tx lines. Well I know some one who work at Saix. Digitnet Plus seems to be 2 to 30 channels, all in 64 kbps increments 1 channel increments. The reason is that with this T1 you get a E1 has nothing directly to do with xDSL in that it describes the format of the datastream, not neccesarily the way to get it there. Well, from what I understand from their web site is that what you call Diginet is part of a trunk line, which is the same as an E1 in your case.

A J1 line is virtually the same thing. The Bern-based Ascom group says it has moved a step closer towards connecting people to the Internet through the electricity supply. It is offered by the GSM service providers and they offer a basic subscription and then charge for bundles of data, something I am much rather in favour of. Because only when the need for cables is eliminated, and hence also the dependence on telephone sockets, can the shape and design of rooms truly be freed from all boundaries.


I am under correction, but Telkom charges almost double for switching from 64k to k Diginet.

Thus, anyone can quickly and simply put Ascom voo: The flexibility will probably be most appreciated by people who have set up their workplace in a roomy factory site or in a trendy loft. In Europe they use out-of-band signaling. Ah well, at least Telkom seems very, very, very profitable.

In particular, any sale or commercial use of these data is prohibited. But the individual parts of the package also satisfy the highest of technical requirements. ISP’s in fact do. And that Ascom voo: ADSL has upset the applecart and I for one am throwing my toys out of the cot. Which is even more important if one is playing with the idea of using additional handsets on a single Ascom voo: Speech and data are transmitted cordlessly and communication thus becomes more mobile and flexible.

Communication is becoming more mobile. This means that a dedicated kbps international link will cost you R for the bandwidth only! All other rights remain the property of swissinfo.


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This is mostly dependant on the quality of the line between you and your local exchange, and the link between your telephone exchange and the exchange of your ISP.

Ascom said on Tuesday that it had received a long-term order to supply modems and network management to RWE Powerline, a subsidiary of the German utility, RWE, which has been testing the system for several months.

For example, an OC is OC1 lines, or 9, How fast is a T1 line?

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And the software for PC fax, PC telephone, answering machine and the Ascom configuration manager is just as convincing. But that is way off the mark: Naturally it offers a transfer rate of up to kbit per second between the mobile device and the mosem station.

Best Regards Chris Christiaan One no longer needs to be tied to a desk to send e-mails, to surf the Internet or enjoy the comforts of digital telephony.

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